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To the Boys 
and Girls 



Th^, Puzxler 'iti hero, call In and get 
one b«fora_t(\ey aro all Kone, 

C»<apbeil'» Proacripllon Store. 

Wa are prompt and careful. • ' 






UTABUSXBll nr UML 'I 



COAL 



HALL & Walker 

Wellington CoHiery^crr€oal 

1J8S Govern mant St Ph«B» M. 



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VOL, Clll,, NO, 204.. 



VICTORIA, B, C„ TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1910, 



"TWENTY PAGES 



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ARTISTiC 




THE KIND THAT 
T === PLEASES == 

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Our windows are reflecting some exquisite ex- 
amples of artistic Brassware. In this assortment you 
will find many useful articles, such as Ink Stands, Ink 
Wells, P'ern Ppts, Candle Sticks, Paper and Envelope 
Holders, Tr ays, etc. "'"'-7 

The finisli is principally a beautiful soft satin, 
which wiLl"readily appeal to all lovers of things beauti- 
"T^r wKire 7bTLr'%^^^^^ fmd" a -^x^-x \ many polished 

pieces. Better come in and let- us show them tp you. 
We .cbnsider it a pleasure to do so whether you pur- 
chase of not. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 



Jewellers 



1017 Government Street 




Gunner Bryan Only. Witness of 



Cold-Blouued \ 
Popular Captain 
ton Yesterday 



lurder of 
Peter Ellis- 



COWARDLY CRIME 

GQOLLY PREMEDITATie 



montha 



wlth'nfitbhoUsm. About four 
i>Ko h« was t'liurKf!<l with drunlcenil'eaH 
lusfoie IV district court murtlal at wlilcli 
Capt. Elll.ston had to appear as prose- 
cutor. AVIth his record lia was brought 
before Capt. Elliston on June llth 0|i 
u simitar cliarije, and wnu treated wllh 
what the rank and tile of the barracks 
coii.sld*'r the utmost leniency when he 
was awardful 21 days' detention — the 
military Iiiw now does noi u.se the term 
imi)iia<nunent. It was on July 2i)d that 
hi' stnrted to servfv t'le tonn, and after 
.•loven- d»-y« hart been put In nt the bar- 
racks jail tlifi general* pardon announced 
by ilia AlaJeHty because of his accession 
rcjsulted in Allan being given hi.-! free- 
dom. From tliat tinte »w iu»« l*^en mak- 
ing threats. nnfortnuattdy the other 
iTien>ber3 of the artillery cumiiany who 
lieai-fj tlie murderer thr««tenlnK "to do 
for Capt. Elllston" did not, fur Ih-ft-m-ost 
part, treat the threats sttrlously. The 
ruajorlty poked fun at "Paddy Allan," 
as they i.-alled him. It was the custom 
-to UUI. Jilm. be ''was petliiig the rata 
asain," or "the dope's -wo4--ki45U(__ou you, 
I'add?-," 



Gunner A!lap,_Cliargecl VVitn 
tlie Crime, Had Threatened 
to Kill Officei^'But Was Rot 
Taken Seriously' 




Canadian Norfhern's Intention 
of Building Railway to North 
End of Island Within a Few 
Years. 



HOLDS CdNFERMCE 



_Wig-H-PREMIER 



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The Store That Serves You Best 

ELEGANT BUTTER 

According to the dictionary, "elegant" means "beautiful, 
handsome, fine, tasteful, neat, well-made, refined." Our 
Creamery Butter is all this and more. It is pure and whole- 
some — flavored just right and sold at a popular price. Order 
liberally. We have plenty of these kinds : 

Cowichan Creamery, lb., 45c 



Victoria Creamery, lb., 45c 
Comox Creamery, lb. . .40c 
Salt Spring .Island, lb., 40c 
Auburn Creamery, lb. . .35c 
3 lbs .$r.oo 



14-Ib. box Good Creamery 

for ...$4.50 

Dairy Butter, per lb. ..30c 

Farmers' Biitter, per lb., 35c 

Fresh Eggs, per dozen, 45c 

' Fresh Manitoba Eggs, per 

dozen .30c 



DIXI H. ROSS & CO. 

, Independent Grocers, 131 7 Government Street 
Tels. 50, 51, 52 - - -. -■ Liquor Dept. Tel. i5go 

Pre Our Special Ad. on TaKe 2 



Murdered In cold blood, Cupt. Petesr 
Elllston, .officer ■ comandlng No. 6 Co., 
R. C. G. A.", lies dead In ihe morgue at. 
Work Polivt barraekis, and tir. Thomas 
Alluu, Xo. 6507, Whp, cowardly, lay In 
wail at an upper window of the bar- 
racks until his victim lefF the Qom- 
I)ariy office, directly opposite his hldlns 
place, and shot him down, Is held at 
the provincial g;a01 charged with Wilful 
murder. Brooding over a sentence, for 
drunkenness ' '" " da>-H' detention, of 
which 10 d»> ■ 1 emitted because of 

King George ■^i n'lu-ial pardon at his ac- 
ces.sion, Allan "had been making threats 
against Capt. Elllston. ojid yesterday 
morning soon after rev lUe — this is 
blown at 5:.'!0 n. tn. — he told Bombardier 
CoPrigan that Capt. EUiabon had done 
lilm an injustice and added: '"I've a bul- 
let for him and it will Hnd It.s billet." 
Allan had four bullets which bo bad 
secreted, and had his rifle loaded wait- 
ing until the opportunity camo, as- he 
expected, when Cupt. Elllston went, as 
was hlsgijcustom, at 9 a. m., to the 
company office opposite. 

He took up his post shortly after" 9 
a. m. at the window ncMrcsi his cot, 
wheri" bl6 rifle leaned In Its rack against 
the wall. \From tbe vindow he looked 
through thei panes of tbo company "ctff ice 
wii^dfiw opposite anil saw Capt. Ellls- 
ton Nleave. his desk and stand hear that 
of Sergt. Major Farley baaJLde^JJJA... Win- 
dow. He knew his victim was about to 
step out, and ho reached across his cot," 
snatehetl his rifle and' re-ited it on the 
window plU. . 

Ounner Brylin a WltnegB. 

There was a witness of the prepara- 
tions and Of the tragedy. , Standing be- 
fore a mirror at the .north end of the 
barrack-room Gr. Bryan ■ stodd shaving. 



Cold Bloodedly Planned. >.. . - 

Meanwhile Allan cold-bloodedly l,ild 
his plans. Ife secured four service 
PJ«rJJi<iKfie=:?Llle,_Dr.esam»Uon- Ib tbat he ^ 
held them out of his allowance for tar- ' 
-g*t shooting, being orve of the best 
I shots In the garrison. On Sunday night 
he wont to the barracks canteen, where 
Lance Corp. Wiley, R,— G^ E.. wa.i In 
charKC, and that non-camjrals»ioi>ed of- 
ticer went to him to ascertain his ecudl- 
tlon, rinding him perfectly sober. Hrt 
sat about tho canteen for a_,3!!ort time, 
complaining that be bad^ stomach' 
trouble, aiid at 9 p. m. want to tbfr-bar- 
rack-room and slept. S'oop^ after rev- 
eille pounded at 5^:;iO a. m. yesterday he 
went to Br. Corrlgan and asked him to 
give him a drink of whiskey. C'orrl- 
pan refused. Allan told him that un- 
less he was given a drink 
get hlH rifle and take the »trtp"o 
Corrlgan's arm Qtalcker than U Was ever 
(Continued on Page 7.) ^ 



Speal<s Enthusiastically^-of 
. Capabilities TVnd Prospects 
of Portland Canal District- 
Railway to Mines, 



.\lr 1 1, 1>. .MaTTnr^vice-presideriT^or 
the Cauaduai Northern Railway, 
reached Victoria on his return from 
the new city of Stewart on Sunday 




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OF BIOOD LOST 



Former Fireman of San Qiego 
Kills Wife and. Son and Cap- 
tain of Fire Department, 
Then Takes Own Life 



SAN I>IJCGO...C«I \ . 1.— Letters 
found on the person ui iiei i S. Durham, 
formerclty fireman, who comiiiiJtted sui- 
cide In a downtown park this mornlnl;, 
after killing his wife and little son and 
a captain of the lire department, and 
wounding • two . other firemen, while on 
Itoflected In the glass h'e saw' Gr. Allan t »" Insane rampage,, explain many de 



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We Carry the Boots 

and Shoes that 

Garry Style 



With every step, and of a quality obtainable only atthis store 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 
Positively No Crtdit 



standing watcfhlng' intently frora^- the 
windrtw" He saw him rtacb across his 
cot an<l grasp h(s rifle arid rest It- on 
tiie sHl. and watched him as he took 
deliberate alnt' and fire. Ho .saw the 
murderer throw thi; emoklng rltle on the 
barrack-room lloor and walk to the door. 
He followed blm to the landl>ng, where 
a fatigue party of which Allan had 
been one was engaged In whlfewasblnn 
tire walls, and watched AllaR-4<>avo 'thfl 
baTrack-room door and . step' across the 
shingle to where 'Capt- EUlaon . lay 
wcUoTlng In his bloori in the arms of 
S6rgt.. .Major Aj)key, ... 

From a window of tho barrack Bryan 
saw the murderer go acros.* to his vle- 
-tltT^--l«i»k at th e dy ing oifflce'r, and then 
turn on "his heel and-Avalk away. 

No alarn'i was given by tho witness 
of tho tragedy. Not a Sign did he j up or hot 



tails which have pu^ijcled tbo_police and 
reveal that tip to the time Uurham 
shot himself, the blood lust was on him. 
The, betters are all lucid, but the police 
do not abandon their belief that Dur- 
ham was a raving maniac, wii -: '-e 



evening, and practically all yesterday 
was In cohfei-ence with Premier Mc- 
Bride In reference to projected con- 
:5tructlon on Vancouver Island, the 
e.stablliilinient yf shopH, etc., at K-atri- 
iie '"wou'kl ^ ''^^^'•"*' ""'^ ^'^"^ Ue.velopment generally 
RtrlnW' "brf f"^ the company's exten.slve programme 
for British Columbia. fhbs con- 
ftsrenco, which extended far li)to the 
e\^?ning. took place alter Mr. Mann 
had had opportunity of meeting Mr. 
Hvighes, the coinpany'.s chief engin- 
eer in charge of Vancouver Island 
railway interests, and with that gen- 
tienuui going over feports and data 
bearing more particularly upon the 
location of tbe first section to be un.- 
dertakeu uf the Canadiaii Northern's 
N'ancouver l.-iland line.f. 

It is understood that t^le ruule ,itni 
j policy favoreu by .Messrs. McKenzie 
& Mann wus In the course of ycsler-' 
day'.s conferences expi-uiud In detail 
to Premier MeBrlde, and that an an- 
nouncement may be looked for at an 
early date. The Premier, it can well 
be understood, would natiually de- 
sire ti) fully discuss a uuilter of so 
great momi^tu with his colleagues be- 
fore taking the public into his cortfi- 
,dence concerning it; while it is equal- 
ly sui>po..jal)le that Mr, Mann may de- 
sire to confer with Mr. McKuuzle be- 
fore the plan of caini);iign for Van- 
couver Island is finally adopted. 

Two factors, it Is said, are kept 
primarily forward by Mr. Mann in his 
consideration of the Vancouver Island 
railway situation and Its solution in- 
sofar . as the Canadian Nortlvern is 
concerned: That V-lctoria an"d the 
'Island have been assured a fast rail- 
way, ferry connection that will ma- 
-terlally reduce th» time in transit 
between Vancouver and tho Ix)wcr 
Mainland generally and the Capital — 
and that the first link to be built on 
Vancouver Island should naturally be 
destgfied from the outset for future 
use us part of a comprehensive sys- 



received sinCc ti o'clock Ibis morning. 
At that hour the big sawmill, lumber 
.yard,/ hotel .and several dwellings had 
been burned, and /the fire was still 
.spreading: The ^town was reported 
(looined. Not a building was expected 
t'.i remain. 




Montcalm at Seattle 
.SKATTL.E. August 1.— The Krenclv 
cruIsW"TM<i'hlC!Vltn. flagship of Admiral 
De Cnstrl^s, arrived In port tonight, 
from the -Orient-,* Ofllclal _xecep.ti.(?ji_» 
will be: held tomorrow. - - 



FMice Congress. 

STOCTKHOLM. Aug. 1. -The interna- 
tional peace congres.s' was formally 
opened toilay in the presence <if ^?i^ 
hundred delegates, representing 24 
rountrles. Baron. <.';u-l , Uoude W'a.'j| 

elected president. 



■ Aeroplane Fatality . • *: , 
SUNDERLAND, Eng.. .■\ug^--l.— 
While making fliglii at tho Boulonga 
rate CO nr. so tonight. Mile FranH's bi- 
plpne overturned and- crashed into a 
crowd of spectators, killtryr a boy. 
Mll-e Frank was dange/ously.. Injured. 



PRISON CEU 



Acknowledges His Identity 
When Arrested on Steamship 
" Montrose— Takeir to Quel^ec 
and- Placed in Jail . 



Heavy Wei^ht.on Biplane. ___ 
DDl.'Al, l-"nuu-e, Aug.. 1.-;- Mr. Bbx- 
e^- itoday made & blplttne' flight with 
three pUssengers. The total weight 
carried. including passengers and 
fuel was about seven hundred pounds. 



.Crippen- Will Offer No Opposi- 
—tion to Being Returned to 
London— Expected to Leave. 
on August' 18 



Eagrineers in Oonfereace. 

CHICAGtJ, Aufe. l.--Repiesentat!ve.s 

of locomotive engineers on fifty-six 
railroad systems west of Chicago met 
hero today to consider plans which may 
result In a general demand for higher 

wages. \Varren._SL Ston e, grand chief 

of the Brotb«4iood^-ol'— faoeomottre-En- 
glneers, Is in charge of the conference, 

..widcJi ropreaenis about.^ .-5.000 men. 

The 'delegates declare It would take a- 
number of days before a unlf-orm sched- 
ule %vouUl be agreed to, after which the 
.subject will be I'leseiUed to tlie rail- 
roads. 



GIRL COMPANION 

IS ILL AND WEAK 




An;ri)assador Leaves Immedi- 
^itely After Announcement of 
^His Recall— No Retaliatory 

"" Measure " 



committed the series of crlme.« 

In tbe letters Durham explalne.i i i,,u i tem-for Island development. 
during the thne hours tx-tween the timel Incidentally, business pollcy^demands 
he beat bis wlf^ "and child to death and 1 that this and- subsetjuent portions of 



tbe lalaJid section shall be of 
contfiiental line standard as \- 
ietitsi alignpionts, etc., a reqn 



trans- 

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when be killed himself and while he was 
being bunted -jby bundreda jof__iicraoujs .. 

with rl/,les he was biding In Ihe grounds . ..„.^,^ . , . _ 

of a dwelling directlj- across tb»..^tree'tf -not .ilfecfissafny moVmgr Tn The 
from engine house No. 3. lying In walti Intlons of the promoters of Isolated 
for Captain Samsell. At that xime Dur- ! dey.elopm«>nt ra Iways. 
ham did not know, that 'bis bailcts had I • ^I*^^-'"^ '^'^ '''^ miention directed 
fourid-^b•el^, i»rt«Mi*d,;marK. I to certain statements made by the 

Premier at the recent general meeting 
of the Board of Trade as to the en- 



-Ho says: 'Tam — ;I writ. i 

am not settle^ whether to gi\e ni.\s-lfi „ii,„ i, ,, ,, i 

If I had a few rourids of j l«^.!:8T5"L,?l/''il*:"^L?-'i','fll"5.-.P'''"5 



vouchsafe for nearly three bout's that 
he had wltnessctf t'!? tragedy. Ho took 
part In the hue and cry. after the fugi- 
tive murderer who Vent out of , the bar- 
rackyard and took hlght, and not ttntll 



an<munltlon T'wrnild.get Samsell 
Would like to go him to a finish, 
may bo omega." * 

Then follows a vltupf-raitoM of 
man who he claims hounded him 



yet. 



for the Island, the estnblisbmont of 



the officer* were Iquestloning those 'of the fire department. and an expression 



Menu of a Southern High 
Class Banquet 

Maryland /^- Virginia 

J0IN1' r?.ANQUET 
HOT SPR IK GS, VIRGINIA 

July 28, TO 10 , 

22nd Annual Banquet 15th Annual* Banquet 

- ^ oL-^L._.- -- of 

Virginia ^"taxe Bar . Maryland State Bar 

Association Association 

MENU 

/_ Green Turtle 

, ~ /Olives Celery Radishes 

-- -.-:=:ui::-- ---^.---:: Cocktail<? 

Salted^Xuts 

Fillet of Sole,. Poached, auvin blanc 

Prcl let's "Sautcrn^ 

Parsley Potatoes Cucumbers 

Racks of Lannb Braise with Peas 

'\ Maraschino Punch 

') Ikoilcd Chicken, on Toast -' 

Champagne—G. H. Mumm*s "Extra Dry" 

Creamed Spinach Lima Beans 

Lettuce and Tomato Mayonnaise 

'BiBCtiTfOlace 

Assrirted Cake 

Ncufchatel Cheese 

Roquefort Cheese, Crackers 

Coffee 

Cigarettes - Cigars 



who w re In the vicinity did he fejl of 
ha\ liiK seen the tragic happenings re- 
flected In the tnfrror, 

MBanwblle the rank and fllo of the 
barracks, with rllles and service ammu- 
nition,"" searcbed the neighborhood until 
they found Allan cowering against , in. 
fence screened i>y thick shriibbery with- 
in a few- ynrd.K of the Eaqulmalt road 
opposite the St. (leorge's fnn, where 
Allan baci called and been ."^erxed with 
a strong drink, of brnndy. 

Allan a 'Veterao. 

the murderer, la a A old soldier. 



Allan 
a man of about flfte'.-n yofirs service In 
South Africa, India. Jamaica, Malta and 
other places. He Is a confirmed drunk- 
axd,. ills, iierves ore sha)<on with drink 
and narcotics. His crime liTieet^ 
long one. He has been before the of- 
ficer commanding many tlme^ on 
cliarges of drunkenness,' and ^^been con- 
fined to the hospital, at the barracks 



NEWS SUMMARY 



of sorrow that he shot one of the other 
firemen In attempiltig to "get'' .Samselb 
against whom hl.'< attack was directed, j 
Without oacrl.blng any reason for klM-i 
lug his wife and child he gave dlfnc- i 
tlons for their buirtal and where' money ; 
could b(> obfalnod. for the expenses. ]''or 
himself, he directed that he be. burled 
at the expense of the coUfity. 

An hour after writing tbe lettv'- pnr- 
bam" caught a" car down town, bought 
a rhorning paper, read . tbe account of 
Ills crimes, walked Into a public plaza 
and within sight of several persons sent 
bis three remaining bullts Into hla 
brain, dying a few hours later In the 
county hospital. A city flreniah who 
haanrETnjgnl./.ed him, trane^ Durham sev- 
eral iniocks to the park, but he^ was in 
rB~a"fiTnTrorfhoTid -feared- Uo.,_ajCCQat.~ 
derer'or give warning* 



This I hea(?ciuarters and car shops here, and 

* I a contemplated completion of tho G. 

1 N. R. to the northern end of the IslfCnd 

wltbln three years, Mr. Maniv' said 

yesterday: / 

I endofse overv 



the I 
out i 



ROME, August 1.— One hour ajTter 
presenting the note of Premier Canal- 
(.■^Jas to the Vatican, offitMiiJly announc- 
ing that Marquis de Ojeda had been 
"called to Madrid for a communlcatbm 
wltb_ the government," the 'Spanish 
ainbas.sador to the. Vatican left Rome.' 
That was early this morning. As yet 
no retaliatory misasures have beeii 
taken Ky. the church, and Monseignor. 
VIco still riiii.ilii'-^ in M fiihl us papal 
nuncio. 

The statement isstied by Premier 
Canalcjaa yesterday bearing upoij the 
controversy between the church and 
state has been carefully perused by the 
Vatican otTlclals. They as.sert that 
part of the statement In which it is 
decl.ankl that the Holy .See Intended to 
concede to the Spanish government 
less than what was agreed tain 1904 

4s ; jvltkauLt^.fpi.mdatlo.n .. l.n . fact. ^It Is 

(Llanalejas, they declare, who how 
wants greater concessions than those 
of 1904, cm the .plea that they were 
granted to Premier Maura, and that 
C'jj.nalejas believed i!,'!- f- I,.- :-i that 
time InsuflliMent. 

The Vatican Is gi'\-itj\- <ttiended at 
the methods adopted by Premier Ca- 
nalejas in the recall of the Spanish 
ambassador, as the aanouncemcnt was 
made through the press, nnd neither 
the pfvpal nuncio nt Madrid noT the 
\'ntican was notified, directly. 



"\'es; that's right. 

(Contl-niM>d on Page 



Mr. Boo»ev«lt'« Auto Totir. 
NEW yoliK. .\ug. 1. — Theodore 
Roosevelt left New York early this 
afternoon on a foitr-daya' auto tour of 
New Jersey and Pennsylvania. >' 



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l-T-Mttn Shaving Sees Tragedy. 

D. D. Manti on Island Plans. 

C.'rippen Now In Prison Cell. 

2 — Building Figures Show In- 

croa.se. . 

.B^^Many 1- Paas , JUJgh . SrhpoL 

Exains." , ""•"" ' " 

4— Edltarlni. _-rrr=^^ 

Br— .Social and personal. 

6-^;,i;ovv.a.of the city. 

7 — Man Shaving ^ees Tragedy;. 

. (Cont.) _. * ■ 

g — ^in woman's renlm. 
9— 'Sport, , 
10^— .Vddltlbnal sport, 
11— Hl'ifi,. School Kxfuns. (L'ont;) 
l2-'-Amprici.ins Flock t" c^ana- 

' rllan West. 
13"-Uenl f.>.'5t:ne. 
M- -.Marl lie, 

15 — -Provin<.iiii_ a n d 1 ..oca I Js'ews. 
■'Tff^Tells fixiVenTy of "Gold Coun- 
try. 
17 — Markets. 
18 — Cln.s.«<ined Advt,'?. 
t9-,vMlrilng I'^Pt. 
20 — David Spencer, Ltdi. 



Bad Fire Situation 

K-VM&TTSTjIv, Mont., Augu.st 1.- 
flro situation today is probably 



-The 
the 



worst it has ever been fn the bistory-|-horn reached and that the strike was 
of Fin thead' valley. While tHere are no 
fire? within flv^ or six miles -of Kalis- 
pell, tbe air Is full of ashes this even- 
ing. No sj/eclal reports from finy of 
the_nuineroaB fires art! .nvuilulde, but 

from time to time ai-& to the eCTect 



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that 1,000 men ^eoMia. dot do anytliing 
Itmelp th« situatlnn. and nothing but 
iaiii vv-ill put an fend, to ^bcm. 

Gold Otrtput Reduced 
lAiitiJ.ViMvS, . Alaska, AuKuat.::::.:iire- 
'1 he Hovere droughl experienced in 
Tanaiia valley thlti summer hns bad a 
serious elTect In curtnilim; tho grijd 
output for the district, the water 
str.trtMge greatly reduciiYg sluicing 
operntl.iii.'?. The output for the l-'air- 
-biTTtkR district was less than ,J1. 000. 000, 
In .July, and hnnker.i estimato that, the 
total oiitiMit for tbe Keasijn of inio will 
bo onlv ifi.OOO.OOO. L(;!-st year the out- 
tiiit w-fi.* between $7,060,000 and $«,0i10,- 
ono. The labor shortage resulting 
from the ri'isb to tbcijdltarod In .Tune 
hns also served to reduce mining oper- 
ationa in tbi« dlal-rlct 





OF SEmEMENl 



QIjEBEC, August 1. — Probably not 
before August l.S, will Dr. Hawley H. 
Crippcn and EtlRxl Claire Lenev.e be 
taken aboard a trans-Atlantic liner 
bound for England, there to stand 
trial jointly aL^'used of murdering a 
woman believed to have been Bolle El- 
more. 

The criminal law of the British pos- 
sessions established this today when 
the liaggard dentist, whose flight end- 
ed so dramatically aboard the steamer 
Monlru.se yesterday morning, was ar- 
raigned before a magistrate and re- 
manded until August 8. The girl was 
too 111 to appear, but if her condition 
improves .she may be brought into 
court tomorrow. 

Crippen will not fight extriidition. 
Of the girl's attitude less is known. 
.She is .still broken in body and spirit, 
ullernately shaken with sobs or silent- 
ly morose. Her relatives in London are 
beseeching her by cable to tell all, and 
the police are treating her with a gen- 
tleness rarely accorded a prisoner, 
even though a woman. 

Foifced through » euHous crowd, 
Crippen was taken today before the 
provincial court of special i^essions, 
where he was formally questioned air. 
to his identity and !p|ctlrted that he/ 
was under arre.''t for t*be murder of an 
unknown woman. Remanding blm to 
- ^-ngust «•• wn-s pxtrely -p^rrnriOtOf y , as 
he and hi.s companion, under the fugi- 
tive offenders act, must retnaln here 
at least flitcen days. On the eighth ho 
likely will be remanded again untilthe. 
16th, and the first available vessel for 
England will not depart until three 
d.iys later. By that time another detec- 
tive from Scotland Yard will have arriv- 
ed, bringing a formal application for ex- 
tradition, ;ilthough tMs application 
probably will not be nacesaary, in 
Vlt^W 'of the accused man's declaration 
that he will raise no obstacles to his 
return. 

The ino.st interesting development of 
the day was , the extremely liberal 
treatment of Miss Lcneve by the po- 
lice. Like Crippen, she Is accused of 
murder, blit the girl today enjoyed the 
freedom of the house of Chief of Po- 
Wce McCarthy. When taken iVom 
jail today. It was announced that she 
had, in view of her weak^^condkioii,^ 
been taken to a hospital, TdiiT' tHls"* 
proved to be incorrect. She is back 



Chilean President. 
\\ A.-lll.XCTn.V, A UK. 1. -Tlie army 
and tlie . navy are to unite with the 
State department In making the re- 
ception to President Montt of Chile on 
his— aiTival in New York on Thurs- 
day a notable one. 



Conferences Between Minister 
of l_abor, Grand Trunk Offi- 
cials and Strikers Now GoinA 
On— No Result Yet 



MONTRK.VI., Aug. 1. The rnnfcreuco 
between (irand Trunk officials, their 
Utrlktiiif conmrctors; ;traInme];j,,ajnTj;: yartU 
men antf the 'minister of labor. , ad- 
•journed late tonight. Persistent ru- 
mors to tbo effect that a settlement had 



Joo Gans Dying 

PTUOSCOTT, Arizona. AiiK. 1.— Re- 
alizing tliat a fatal illne.s.'! is fast cut- 
ling bis life short, and longing to see 
bis children and ■ mother before he 
dies, .Toe C3ans, the noted negro pugll- 



in jail tonight under ,the care of a 
physician. ■ 

When tho arrests werei made Crip- 
pen readily acknowledged ^ his identity. 
Inspector Dew, Chief McCarthy and 
Constable Dennis went on board dis- 
guised as pilots. After-.aome hesita- 
tion the Inspector said: "Rev. Dr. Rob- 
inson." — ^vas the man he wanted. Dr. 
Crippen and the girl were then plaiced 
under arrrst, the former being hand- 
cuffed. 

The great fear shown by Crippen 
as they approached Fa.ther Point was 
that his companion would be discov- 
ered. When he saw the pilots he ask- 
ed why there were so many. He evl-' 
derltly had no suspicion that anypne 
suspected him tUl he stood face to 
f.V-c 'with Dew in the cabin of the 
ship's captain. 

Besides the womanish ap'pearanco of 
the girl her actions and mannerisms 
made matty suspicious. The dining 
room atewAird was sure she was -y 
girl from the way she hanflled her 
food. Mrs. Nepher, a passenger, saw 
her slip on the deck and heard her 
scream. She knew she was a woman. 



1st, former lightweight champion, ond| 
one of the wonders of tho prize rlng,jand spoke to several others. Art. PIos- 
left here tonight for his old home Inimer, of Montreal, spoke to her several 
Baltimore, Md. tJaha is in a weak- times, and beard her laugh. Ho was 
ened condition from consumption, and' sure she was n girl, but did not mon- 
1^. fe <?^:>ubtfui-lf ho tan "survive thettlon it. The reason Dew hesitated in 



journey hpme. 



identification was that Crippen had 

Shaved his wbl.'^kers off as well fts his 

Quebec Pulpwdod moustache He shaved his beard the 

very morning of tho arrest and look- 

YORK, Aus,L— In formation Ip^j ,^ riicfei-ent man. 

;n:rf;m'ived here that the gov-j when the ship got to Quebec there 

t o<: the province of Quebec has .j^,p^p thou.sands waiting to see the 

prohibited the exportation of pnlp, pouple^Crlppen was piit Into a cab and 



NEW' 
has been rfici'ived liorc that the gov- 
ernment of the province of Quebec has .j^,p^p thou.sands waiting to 

of P"'P|rouplp. Crippen was piit Into 

-wootl from lands held by-RettlPirs otT!7i,.j^.pj^ raplTlTy nwav. The vrowd crush- 
ticket. VVhere full payment for lands] ^^^ ^^ g^p t,,^ ^<^y\ Oaptaln Kendall 
has be<.'n mad^? and ownership pas.sed. j^,.,„j^ (,,g party along, to another gang 
to, the buyer the prohibition, does not! ,j,,j,]^^ j,,.j,j ^„t nway before the crowd 
, apT)!y. The action of tb<j' Quebec :,5|,p„. Then came a hot chase of no%v8- 
on the eve of being declared Off found authorities l.s said to bo the .se-condj pj^p^^ meiv-aliai- the nab, but tho fu- 
no official verincatlon. "step in their movement to prohibit i ^j,i^,f. p,^,, pseatied nnd drove round- 



The conference will continue tomor- j .(y,;. cxp«rt«tion of pulpwood. which 'sjabout to the cells awaiting the prison- 
ers. There (Crippen was sitting with 
his .<*llp|iers on. apparently nt home. 

Miss Ljenove wiis put Into womati's 
ciolhing on the ship, Mrs. Herr, the 
stewardess, (Ittrd her out with a dress 
which wa.s much too largo for the 
weeping prisoner and when she moved 
to the conipanlonway shr> stumbled 
over tbe long dress. Between that and 
her sobbing she had to be half car- 
ried ilown to the cab. After dodging 
through the streets, the eab entered the 
walled town by S. .Tobn's g.ato beside 
the citadel and parliament buildings. 

NEW YCntK, August 1.™ Tn a '^gn- 
ed <le«i)aich to the New York Amerl- 
can. which will be printed here to- 
morrow, Mrs. Fred Ginnett, of ,Ro«- 
plle, Xi J., who was-a close persotiftJ 
-frlen"rl of Mr.i. Hawlpy Crippen (.B«11« 
'lOlom^'e), writes that she has poaltlvoly 
Identmed as Belle Elmore's th? dia- 
monds taken from Dr. Crip^mi «nd 
iSthel L<&ieYe when taken It&to cwtoajr. 



used largely in tbe m<'tnuli;(cture, of 
printing paper. A previous prohibi- 
tion had been placed on the exporta- 
tion of woi)d cut from i roun lands. 

♦ ' z- 

Western Federajtion 
DlONVl'^lt. Au.g. l.^The .\VeH'\ern 
Federation of Miners elected Butte. 
M<mt-.,-r-«:a-tE'i; next, meeting iilrtco nnd 
elected officor.H af follows: President. 
(:;harle.s II. Moyer, Denver; vice presi- 
dent, C- E. Mahoncy, Denver; secre- 
tary- troa.iu'fer. Ernest Mills, Denver. 
Final adjournment will be taken to- 
nu-irrow, when PreKldent Mojer will 
>, .,.,, „ Q . , outline furlliiT policies. Members of 

Oregon Village Burned i ^,„, executive b.Ktrd are: (^has,.TanneT, 

ALBANY, Ore.. .Vug 1. Tlie entlrei of Jerotne. Ariz.; Roy tL'ameron, Mul- 
vlUage of Hoover, the eastern ter^-jien, Idaho; J. C. Lowery; Butte, 
n)lnu.s of the Corvallls Sc Eastern rall-i Mont.; .Terry Shea,' .Park Clt>, Ogn. 
road, 57 miles east of Albanv. was William "tracy, Lead, S. D.; William 
probably destroyed by firo late tndav-. 1 lavidson, Ontario, Canada; F. L. Ash 



row 

FORT ERIJ':, oni . A,i).r I --Fearing 
troTrtrtr'-bere — o-vf r - 't;hf -t-lTand Truntr 
strike the authorities have asked for 
military protection. The closing down 
of the race triick has loft a large niiin- 
bei- of hangers-on, from whom violence 
Is apprehended. Two coinpantes of' tho 
44th regiment (volunteers) of.Nlnghra 
Faim, 23 mm from the Royal Cn.nadlali 
regiinenl of Infantry (regulars) Lon- 
don, Jind 27 men from the Royal Cana- 
dian T')ragonns, Toronto, n.ssemblctl nt 
.NMagara l<'alls .Sunday night anrl came 
on to,., this town tO(li\\' 



The loiys is over $100,000. No report 
direct from the stricken town baa been 



ley, Chicago; 
Alasjita. 



Yanco Tcralh, Nome, 



)t'!A. 



/ 



I i--r-lt^ Jt^ -m.rt'' '<• j^s.^-am 



■„-^.^4t^.-T^^^Ttt.s^ 



L 



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.VICTORIA DAILY COLONlS'f 



,■ .„-,/.■■ . ■ 

TuM^ay, August 2, 1910. 



^... 




o Fire To Keep Up 



No overheatod kitchen; im 
running back .a.ncl forth, to 
change ir^nH; no inconveni- 
ence or ulscomfort IC you 
use a _ '-~^- 

Hot Pbint 
Electric Iron 

Only the Iron ft* hot; 

hoth Its toe and heel Kct 
I'Mvially hot. Call here ami 
nrui Hep It. In operation. 
Pilcf- fS.OO. Wo will loBti 
ynu on« frpp jfor ten days' 
, trial If yoTi wish. 




iJiieAND 




'Cabinet Minister is 
by a Delegatioi:. 
,— Untoward Incident 
Proceedings 



nterviewed 

of Citizens 

lars 



B.C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd. 

'•*""*^f^""'r' 



)r. Ji-'ort . and l^anRley StiO'ts. 



=SMaKE: 



LA FLM DE 




Unexcelled tor its .Aronia ami Ta^tr 
ONE OF THE STANDARD BRANDS OF CANADA 

OX S.ALK 1^\■^•.KV\\ lll'.Kl-: 

JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY, Limited. 



blNNEF 



.*Hj.. 



The UnWerii,! Kemedy for .Aridity of tU 
Stomgrw. Ucadachf, ilcinbnru, indig^stin^- 
Star- „ Eiucuuoaa, ^ fiilioiukJL ^ecti.;M.' 




The Phroicitn^ 

Cure for Oout, 

Ehctimitic G at 

and UriveL 

Sa'fst »nd moi< 

Gentle Medicine lot 

o Infants, Children, 

J>eUcitc -FrRiale»j - 

411 d the 

fel}kni^8S of Pregnan-y. 



)n nit effort to forwiinl the SonKh'fos 

Hc.-iei'Vfl-problf)ii tnwaiils solution, a dv- 

jiiUalion coniDoBSd of the' inayur" luul 

aUloiinini aiici nioniborw of the local 

ijourd ot: trudo, met and Intorvlewprl the 

ilon.'-Kraiilc lUlver. Minister ufiUe lu- 

turlor. >YliQ-\vus a vl.sitor' in th<- cil.v 

>OHl,er(lui-.--Alrr. -Oliver Ui on ^Uls. WiO' 

iituU- Kast'nfter u tour throiiKli- the 

Yukon u-rrlt'iry. HIjs stay In Victoria 

; WLis iif i\ i)rief character, the cablm'i 

Hilni.suT arrivini; at ^-..iO v>. ni. an<l Icav- 

iiiK aKalu fi'i X'aJir.Mi vr liy thr- inld- 

iiiKht' IniaL 

l' . Tlio ,il(>i)ulalU)n which wiiilfiil iii)ou 

■}\pn /•nnsist.-tr.if Mayor Worley and Ahl- 

iT-nTrPn--r<TrTTr1.«on anil l^iuiKley; NIfJ )'. <: 

|.\\ilsi>n. preakleni^lof Jhe ivoaritof n^i.i.'. 

(and MfHsra.. 0. H. l^ nprin. «. Leiser. J. .1. 

SluiUcroKS.TH.. A. Miiiiir,"!^: v^Tai^Une. 

' atnL others. Thp matter as it at prefi'nt 

!^< lands was explalhecl to the vlsilln« oah- 

i iiioL n^lnlstcr. and h e wag ...takgn to th<- 

1 re»eT^a""ln~"iJr 'SiiT<>^'"' ,- — - - 

If t l ^e \ -i.slt of the minister Of the In- 
terior Avili hTT^'CTiny hearing on the solu- 
tion of tlie yongheeM reserve problem l-~ 
.loubtful, in view ot an-aintoward inci- 
d.nt which occurretl- Kfforts were jnado 
to secure the preseiTce of Chief. Cooper, 
of the. Songhees tribe of Indians Ihrtli^ 
.deJLberationB whjeh entitled. Yesterday 
tnorntngrhiswti.s communicated- With by 
Senator Rllcy-_und informed Ihat 



AtSNESIA 



munnep of approacUluff ItfW aroused can 
host be gatliered fr»m his own wojdt*. 
•1 wn.s deeply insulted," said the chief. 
•AS head of the SonKhoes i)and. I 
tlioiiBlit t was entitled to more coDHider- 
ttUon. In .any iipjufereuce ....whjdfx ..s^aa 
hold on a (inesllon wo Importi^nt us that 
doalluK wltl the Sonjthees rc>«erve,..„J.|, 
would hH.ve' iluiuRht tiiul 1. nollnK for 
my trlheKmen, wa.s onf, of .the prim-ipal 
pari leu i-onverne*!. >Vhat' would the 
other members of iii.\Jj-lhe have thouijhl 
had they Moeii me careering through the 
.streets of Victoria In company with n 
cruiple of caiilnet inlnisterH. f .should 
have at' on(;e bPen put down ua t\ triillor 
If their fiuise. The manner in wlilcli 
Mr. Teuirdemai) jicco.sted me I shall 
ncvvT forKct. JiecauHS \f am an Itvdhm 
Is iKJ rei!S(ui wli.\ I sho\ild be treated iim 
!,i mcmher of au iurerlnr'"r,ic<3. InTtli'^ 
ni.'ltt'^r ot (he prui'O'fcd con^'.^rencc, 1 

coTi'j^idtjr that ) wa« a))proachpd _l,n a 

Kpirit of intimidation. When I returned 
to the cannery I was telephoned by .Sen- 
ator niloy, \<-hn asked "lo If 1 would 
come lo town duriuK the evening and 
See Mr. Oliver. 1 rei^ltedthal it was ini'. 
po.sfijblo. as my liu.sinesa kept me-**' the 
cannery: ■ ikl-it; Hllcy rei)Ih3d that In thn.t 
event niy liiatrrlTnnoe for nesritliitlon had 
Rone and thal_^leslslatlon wouhi be iiui-o- 
siiJ-ced to «eItlo llie Sonshecs reserve 
rpiestlon. 1 thanked Mr. Uiley and our 
brief talk ended. On a matter of sueh Im- 
portance I con«Jder lli_at^a t le.a*t-tv~woek's 
jiotlce shouhl be siven w,hen"sticli a.-con- 
f'ereuie is to. tnke plaee.'lt is necessary 
for me to consult my tribesmen. The 
mothfMl of the local people In appro.niih- 
iuK tlTtTrmnttPr.lTi-thltt Instance. (» luit 
one which is calcntftti^^o bring about 

its settlement." ' . • ' 

The Hon. Frank Oliver left la.sl cven- 
iiiK for Vancouver on his return ICasL. 

ENGINEER IN CONTROL 

City Official Is Given Absolute Charg* 
of H is Own Department. 




Total, of Seven iVIonths Largely 
in Excess of Same Period in 
Previous Year— Nearly Mil- 
lion andoa Half. 



Shirt^hat Will Do 
Any Man Proud 

-Gtt-t-vind fit' arc inipoi-tant c.sscnTi"als in a Shirt. They arc 



^ 



LieiUiills .fo.r, .sLpucturus aggrcKallng 

$i;-J,-!li) were, issued by the .building 
in.spcttur (luring: the month- of July 
brlnjrinK the tula^for thi.' ye!ar to diitt^ 
up to jl;41.'5,125, Compared wlllr $1.- 
ltil,3'-'0' Tor'the corr«''.^i)rtnil!ng period | 
last yefff. .' The 'increa.se thl.s >ear lo 
date over the aiinie aevei)__ months ;u 
year ago \vfui:^li(ia,^5 qr^twenrj/Trhrec 

irer cent, J.-.^-/ 

' These figures do not ' include the 
value of the huiUllng.'i erected In Oak 
Bay; South Saanlch nnd lOsriuimrilr 
In eaciv of -^vtilrh dJaLnj'ts -bulhling 
activity li!i,«! been, great .showing the 
sanle relative Increase its in the city. 
The liiohlTn.V return.^ for th»! year to 
d;iu>. us compared with the saTneH«*>"- 



Let Us Estimate on Your 

WIRING. ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 

ETC.. ETC. 

Only, first class material us.cd; .:_„..\V5rkm..anship„„..giia^^^^ 

Prices rij^ht. ' ' • 

HAWKINS & HAYWARD 



7=8 YATES ST. 



PHONE 643. 



lR.n. Mr. »Jllvfcu..\vouM., be io the city, and 
ho was UBked to be present at the Em- 
press Hotel between the hours of 3 p.m. 
and 4 p.m., to take part In an Interview 
which was to be held. At , 3:55 p. m. 
Chief Cooper arrived at the Kmpress, and 
found ttiat the local deputation, accom- 
_fwM^l«4_J»y Jlr. Ollv^, iuuL Jfitt _for_ %"_ 
auto trip in the envlrons._JThe Indian 
Chief left his card on the visiting cabinet 
minister, and thinking that this defer- 
ence to modern (Tonventlonallty was suf- 
ficient, set oiit on his. return to Messrs: 
Todd's cannery at Ksaulmalt. where h^Js, 
at pr/>.sent working night aiid diiy super- 
intending the operations of some huij-, 
dred Indians, over whom he alone bus in- 
fluence. After paying a. visit — to.. hi» 
home on the Songhees reserve he was 
■returning to tiie city.to lake a car for 
l-;.siiuimalt when he was hailed, by an 
auto pvirtv-, which Includeil. among others 
the Hon. Mr. Oliver. J^he Hon. A\'. Templ«- 
iiian. Messr.s. ^;. Ijelser^ If. G. Wilson and 
I Mavfu-Morley. Chief Cooper was Invl.t- 
['■1] to boaril the nuto and take part In ,»n 
I ;il fre.sco conferehce on wlint Is probably 
I I he niosf important problem ^^^hlch coti- 
I ij.oTits Victoria. He was greeted cavar- 
jlierly by the Hon. Mr. Templem'an, who., 
'■ in I'.ir'-i! .'>f-f{<»fHl-f.»lit>»:Khl.lv-oxtojulod his 
jh ti ..;it;d to him. sayUiK: at. the same time 
I ■How d'y do. Cooper:" Another mehi- 
' her of the nuto part>' srirang out. and, 
I ^;ei7.ing the Indian; chief?gendeavore<l to 
UruK* him aboard In a fiTfndly manner. 
■I'll" ,nttl|ude of t^hlef Cooper, and In- 
jd'Mitiilly the' indignation which this 



lor tiie first "time In the _his_Si.av of 
the city Victoria- possessed a city en- 
gineer whiy Is iiv complete;- coiitrol of- 
the-|-the. departtrtent of civic government 
over which he presides: By an am- 
ending bylaw passed at last night's 
sesslei* ^:>f the city council the .city en- 
gineer -«as_glven full charge of his de- 
partment. AV: j:;efiuiigjtljon8_aj*d~,bji;laj.ia. 
appointing any official to the depart- 
ment ha\e been repealed and tihe fol- 
lowing sediDii added to the' duties of 
muHloTpirr "■omeers~bylaw "He shall 
have control; Including power, of hir- 
ing ant} of dismissal of all asslstant.s 
employed in his .departnu-nt and lie 
shall have cohtrol of all corporation 
contrapts subject to the terms of their 
■TTSpectlvc confraots," '■ ,- 

Heretofore there haVe been several 
members of the, engineer's dpurtirtent 
who, hjiving been appointed by vote 
Uf ' t'he""i' n uncll.-trtTttltl'"-"f>nly - |->e- -dl«r-- 
mlssed In a like formal manner. To 



lod In the 


t w M pre 


vioua years 


were as 


follows: 










i:ho 


mnri 


1908 


.Ian . . i 


1 i;s,!is.'. 


$ Vs.uSi) 


% 54,572 


■Pi-T) . . 


ir.i,7t)0 


122.l>;)0 


•--Ter3*5 


Mar . . . 


'J41,760 


121,(542 


jin.Roo 


.■«pril 


18:',440 


-. 188,060 


159.625 


-Mav .. 


257,290 


188,620 


79,295 


.llJU . . 


227,600 


90.120 


74.010 


•Jul :. 


222.280 


372,120 


106,070 



well illiisirated in our fine, new consignment jai.st" to hand. 
.\'ot-only all the \ery ncNVcst shades and styles, but every 

Shirt is llic essence of j)crfc,ct fit. *■',. ' 



Negligee Shirts, a! 
^Tcy, etc., from 



the newest fancvTtrTpcs, tan, green, blue, 

' . .. . $1.25 

Negligee Shirts, -vvhit,e uitii fancy ^liii)es, very natty, at $1.75, 

.^f 1 .50 and $1.^5"" 

Oxford Shirts, lalcsl )anc\- stripes, .$:2.oo. $i.75 "i"'' $^-50 

Plain Shirts, in blue and g^y, tiltra-smart, at"$2.oo and . .$1.50 
Pleated Shirts, ii<\\<'-t models in plain •white, exceedingly 

stylish • -Si-TS- 

Colored Shirts, \<i\ Mnari -^triiJed effects, at $1.75 and . .$1.50 

SPECIAL GLOVE VALUES THIS WEEK 

Dent's Gloves, per pair, $1.75, $1-50, and $1.00 

Dent's Grey Mocha Gloves, j^r, pair, $1.75 and .... .$2.00 



T! 7 mojl.425,125 $1,161,320 |626,8&0 
Permits were" issued ye8tc-fSRy~by 
the building Inspector to S. Noble for 
a dwollmg on L'nok street to cost Jl,- 
700; Alexander Wilsi'MT dwelling on 
Pendergast streef to cost $l,900;.tii 
J. Martin for dwelling on the Work 
Estate to cost $900; to Kdwln Tomliii 
■dwel!jlnj;_on Ampjiion sH-«ef to cost 
'^$2,700; to Mrs. L. M. Potta, altera- 
tions to house on Moss street to cost 
$150; to W. B. Reevecomh^ welling on 
frutch street to x.ftat $3,000. 



W.& J. WILSON 



ii' 



221 



MEN'S FURNISHERS, . 
Government St., and Tr«uno» Av. 



i>- 




that extent the engineer's jurisdlctioti 
over t'he members ,o£_ his staff have 
been limited but the new amendment 
to the. bylaw changes al! this tind 
everyi otie working for the city In 
the ctVginceriiig work 1b directly un- 
der tl e control of the city engineer 
who i: thus made suiircme In his own 
deparlment. 



High Flights 
RRUSS?EUS,~A7ig. 1.— New altitude^ 
recoriis are becoming an "every day- 
occuri-ence here. The aeroplanlst Tick 
today reaohed a height of 1. "00 m etres 
(5.570 feet.) >;0n Saturday, OHeslager^ 
made a flight to the height of 1,752 
+n*t-ceK r^+rMl tfe^t^ in a_ monoplane. ' . 



TheC.Tnndian Mexican' -llneiV I..ons- 
dale will^ reach EsKjuimalt today to be 
surveyed by the Mexican Padlflic Bteam- 
a'hlp company's experts. 



Tees Sailed 




Here Is attother telegram confirm- 
ing the statements of the Amalgamat- 
ed Development company, with regard 
I to their oU properties at Katalla, Al- 
aska.— it Is from Mr. t'has. N.; .Mac- 
~,..^_.;.;..i____.„, ... . , ! nntiya ll. one or the party of Yancou- I 
Thd 8teatner Tees sa fled last nliRt] y p.^ gentlemen who left the" Termmar 
for tne west coast with about seventy- , ,-ny ^„ t^e 20th nf July to inspect th«» 
five/tons of freights and fifty «mptyi ,:vH.„4;<jV,jg. He Writes, tinder date of 30 
harnel.s for the whaling stations: She| j„iy, from Katalla, Alaska, as follows;: 
took north a ppocial party of sight-'; -p-uVther investigations exfeedlngly 
Beeijs. who will view. Vancouver Island , satisfactory, starting for P.rdw-otw),. 
froiii the Htearrier deck. ,„j LJIntltc party delighted." 




sing I."!' T" hu.slne.ss 
earn is to macUinery." 

W. Newton 



Advertisement Writer and Contractor 
Sale Advertising" Profitably Written 



Ith Angus C'RinpboU & 
Government ciireet.. 

ncsidence 162?. 




/ ! 



I LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

!■ Phone 77 P^^O^x 363 

We can "upply just what you want In lumber, sasn and doors. 
.team<^d slash grain fir nnd the latest m front doors. Howard . 

flu'sli iioors they are t>e:nitlful. 



Grocery Store Is Headquarters 




For Picnic and Camp Supplies 



re .1- ;„„ „„f ,T-r-jitt?cr^Br camn of course vou a re going picnicing every few daj^for the remaindcLcf the Summer.. Doubtless you'iv require the tasty things^ that go to ii-iakc 

f you are "°' J^^f f °"* fj""!^^.^"'^^^^^^^ ent of outdoor Hfe Nowhere >n British Columbia will you find that recognition of high grade quality more efficiently depicted 

^h'a'n in'this"; t^ dafe ^tore, rightly teamed a Model Groc^^^^^^^ It is our object to supply the best and cleanest^goods-fuU weight^at lowest possible prices. We pride ourselves^ on our 

courteous clerks and prompt delivery service. • May we not add you to our list of patrons 



:vlUSHROOMS. stuffed. {>fer tin ....... 60r^ ] 

plain and pickled, per lV6t-tt"e .... ...... . • . . r ... • i50<> 

VAX CAM|;;S or C.A^IPRPLVS SOtTP?— assorted. 

J tins' ...vV:..'. •. - • • ••• ? ♦ * • • • •' 25^ 

i;UAUtyS ASSORTED SOUPS, pei' tin 35< 

UiOCK'TCRTLU Ml) C(:)^JSOMM.K. fi:lass . .75<^ 
(C & 15 'CHICKKN SO0,I'. GROrSK; OX 1\\1L, SX()\V1?AIJ-. O )VK ( VV^STKKS' per 



YAKIMA PEACHES 
Don't worry about Preserving Peaches. Our 

large consignment will arrive in about ten days. 
Both quality "and price 'will please attd- surprise- 

you. - 




tin 



KIDNKV. (^AME, GIBI.ET, MCL1J{;.\TA\VX V, CI II- RRYSTOXK OYSTERS,\pcr tin . . . : 25c 
CRKEX l'E.\. OX CHEEK .WD ' »'n H^K J j,, , -,.• |,( )| -p , ,vs'ri/.RS. i>er liii, .i'h' and . -oO 
SOUPS, per tin '..... ^^*^<;i-(:K : \ I , \ I )S Shrinii' " ''"iied Chicken. 



. 40<^ l-I'-DAM — .c^n-iiiiine Dutch, each ... 



MORTOX'SOX TOXGl K—w 
lARMOUR'S LUXCU TOXGUlv , 
ARMOUR'S OX TOXGUP;; $1.50 an 
I).A\Thrs POTTED TOX'GUE, per tin 



^ , . ,, , M.XDS Shfini 
■^'•'*."S Lobsler. I'lawns. Cral. 
■ ■ ->0<> t— I'xois^^der.^, etc. 



mid Chicken, 

.i ,,!,• i i M e^siiiL;-'. Salai 



ENGLISH STII.T(»N CIIEESK, pcr.lb. 

cheese, per lb. ........'.... 

SAP S.\Gc) ClllvKS),^, 1.1. h- 

C.'\X.-\I)]AN STII/rUX flM'.l'.Si;. per lb. 
I'lv 1 Ml'. < 'l,D r \ \ \l il W C! Ih. I''..--!.. ;m 



'"^ i '■ MMMiiv. Cho\(, W ;ib;iU-. c\\ 



. .25c ' 



.-, :' • " ktes. 
Capt. \\ lute's' 
kle.s, Sweet Midgci. Gherkins., Gillard's P.i.cat- 



I '. i I . ix « ' 

( d , I \ r ■ ■ 

.Old 



,!1, 



>ii. Si. .50; 



Sf51.00 

, . 55r^ 

. I5c 
35f* 

1-., .20r 
25<^ 



d Willi : 
,1\ l'..^ 



^'Kini^h i 'i. i 'I ■ . ■>. bi '1 lie 



-3 kinds in one beittie, 50<^ 



CO^" Db:XSED Cl/A.MS. per 4in 
XORV\'h:GI.'KN FISH BALLS, per tin 
R I •SSI A X C A\' r .\ R , per glass ...... 

|{ ISM. ARK HERRIXG," per tin 

TROUT— in jdly. per tin .:..... i . . . 
OXFORD or ! 1 .\ LFORD'S CURRl 

per tin ; ■•..■ 

MORTADELLA SAUSAGE, per tin 

C.XMT.RIDGE SAUSAGE. i)er tin .. 

CI-K'M \X l.l'F.l'.l-K'U I/RST— ucnuine imported, per 

lin" ^ -65< 

(;iK'\l \\ |-R/\XKFURTE.RS— genuine imported. 

65<^ 

p.. i,|.i.-!l l<<i\SP I'.NRllCiUGK. per tin 
i.'Ul'..^t..'.\ C.\i'U-\— whole bird in jelly .. 
CRP:St^.\ POULET— Whole f'^wl 11) jelly 
XORWEGIAX PTARMIGAX, per tin 



25(^ 
250 

. . . . 800 
. .. 35<* 
.500 

S.VCCl-, 
,500 

. . . . 50^1' 
400 



DA\IKS' DEVILLED TT.\>r, per tin .'... -^-^ , .v ,m> .., .■>..... ...,.v.b.v. -... ., ... .. ,,,.,..,,,, -^ , , , 

UXDERWOOD'S DlJlvfLLED HAM, per tin. 200 Hip. Morten's Pickles, Heinz' Pickles, Pm Money ^VH-.-c * \' " ,^' TV^;'t"" Zr hotHe' ^^O i Moin'fiX'^ I'OTTFD MF \TS' per tin 

CHlCKEXTAMM.b, i' •- -■ 25c Mixed Pickles, ■HtKsefadish.Mellor's Sauce. ].. .^ j OIJVES-stutled ;ydli .mm^. .^ kind^. pe, bottle. Jo<^ J W^) ^['^ ^..IIV.\[V J .^' "llF ■!..''' 

' VEAE or ITTVM LOAb. per tin 1 r>c ^ I ' Sauce, Punch. Sauce. Hnlbrook's Sauce. <■' 

I-FK'KXCH TRIPE, per tin 

.\KM( >rir STRIFE. lar<;' ,.;....... 

LlHliY'S SAUSAGE MK.XT. per tm .... 
'DAVJES R(:)AST REEF, jiei- Im, .^;c and 
'CHH'I'ED TiEKI". i>er tin .: 

tET./LIED VE.\l, p- iiii ......:. 

nOXELESS PKrS' bl.-:iiT. per- tin . 

D.W'lKS' CfM'JXED I'.EEF, per tin 



i'.)ci , , 

"'"**'" LCREME-DEUiRlK;per-^^a 



iRl'GO.X P.RICK-CH.FESI-:. per !!>. . 
■'^^^ i'AiniES.XS CHEES'E— grated. bVwle 



2;^^ J FDELWEliLCAMEMB-ERT Clii-.l'.M 
,J^^ (iFRMAX CAMEMPERT. per tin. ; 
35^1 CORQOXZC)!. \ Ci I KFSE.- perdb 
.20<*i SWISS CHEb. i mported direct . 1. 



500 
200 
50o 
500 



^1.00 

5^2.50 

^2.00 

600 

100 

25<* 

.... 10< 

...25^ 

.200 

.... 15^ 

i;()l!l'MI\\' CH't. RlPh: <)I.l\i''.S, i)cr gia^^>, ^ -' 'i"^- ,.•;••.'•■' --V-"^' V '• v'' ••;• -^^ 

'' ""■■' '^^ '" ' ■ Kio^ 5 \sl'\R\i.l .■■ !•' Pnnicro. extra large white, per 

S 1 .oo.-^H5c.xu'...^-.^ . • •**'* s ' " 500 

(•,( )-RG< )\ A AXCIK )\ I i'.-^- in "il ,.r -ail. bollle 500 S '"> ■ , ■ ,■■.•. .^3, 

CI KLKD \\C1 M )\1 bS--in .>il. bo„le.-:65e-t.r SS^^ I ^AO'ES .\SP.\R.\. .1 >. per in, 40<^ 



(M.'F^CV^nj'CTF,D ol.l\b-.S, p.M b,,ttle. $i.so, ST. i\ h.b, I '< ' I i bd N EAl S per jar 

.,^ , { ' .1 . , I ^^^ ) SAVOY PORK AXD HbAXS,,20c. 15c and 

o"!^. Ki:\(;oLlVES..exlra large bottle. $1:50. ^i.oo.'tSc VAX-rAMP'S PORK" .XXD •PEAXS.^Min. 

T.\ 'C & P. OUKFX (HJVES. per boitlt^r^r.fxi-o, 500 .lai:gc--iin- ...... • ■- j ;■-•.- • ; •. 1: ' ' ' 

'^'^'^ Rmv aUA^ES; per gallon .^ $2.00 Ij&l-XZ-' -PO-RK- AiVp.--Bb,Ai\S, pn i;n. J . . . 



W\--. 




COMPANY 



'i BOWK TO 



Independent Grocers and Liqtldr Merchants, 1317 Cktvemmenf Streef and 

1316 Broad Street, Victoria, B.G. 

Telephones 50, 51, 52. Liquor Dcfmrtmcnt Tel., 1590 




/• 







. -1, 



/ 



TiiMday, AMgust 2. 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



3 



1$ 



"sm. 



Wm^^^SSSjR 



Straw Hatland Summer Suits Must Go 



"fSBsssasgetf 



I All Straw and Panjama Hats on sale Today at 

. ONE-THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES 

Our stock of Straw Hats inciodes all- sizes- and qualities in 
the new shapes now— but they won't last long, sS'TOme early. 

FASHION /CRAFT SUMMER SUITS REDUCED TO 



u 



915.00 and ^18.00 



MANY PA^ 





I 




Genuine barpai-ns, but limited^in number. 



: 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON i CO.. Ltd. 

F. A., Govvcn ^^Rnagilll,' Director 

! ] 14 Government Street ' ' 



■BPPi 



Swimming The Gorge 

or other places, is render<xl morflr- enjoyable if >-ou hn\'p t!ie propi^r 
coBtuimo. A n«<^es8it.v- to an up to date woman Is a, - — .-.,:—- ^, 

BATHING CAP 

We have them'ln every shado. Useful, too;— for the daily dip In the 
family bath tub, us they koop the halF- dry and in curl. .Sec our nno 
assortment, ench from 25c ... . -•■==== - 

WATER WINGS 

per' pair, 35c. Fine fun %vlth the.ee In th<- • l>riiiy, " an.l \ .-ry u.«e!ul In 
acquiring the art ril svv'trnmlnj;^ \_ 

ALL THE NEW IDEAS ARE TO BE FOUND HERE 



CYRUS H. BOWES 



CHEMIST. 



122s Government street. 



Provincial Tests in Upper 
Schools Result in Soccess 
for 792 Candidates of a 
Total of 1,170. 



The results of the High Bchdol oxa- 
nilnatlons. hold recently throughout 
tho Pr<!»vliux', have been announced by 
the l:>epartnient of- Education, and af- 
ford Jcaiiijo^ for general congratulation 
upon the rnuliileniincc of the high 
Hlaiidurd of efficiency for which the. 
higher . schools of this province have 
long enjoyed an excellent reputation. 
Of a total number of' 1,170 cimtJidaiea 
at the exumlnatiunB held la -tlie various 
centre.s, no fower than 7'J2' passed, the 
majority with lionor. 

i While coinpuriaona generally may be 
heirt scaricely necessary, or in good 
taste, it may be said, in Justice, that 

' Uuv4il4a+.)ke, which last yea,.r piissed lU 

{entire entry list, is again- very well to 
tlie fore, its .candidntcs again beli!(? 

1 practiciAlly ail. aueceatjfAiJ.. Victoria en- 

I joys ihe dlsllnctiuTh of claiming the 
ioremojiL high s*'hool pupil of the pro- 

i vince, .Mia.s Klorence M'. Pv^Trney, of the 

; advanced class passing at the heaiijUi. 

jail compctl tons, "■with a total of S52 

i marks of tlie 1,000 obtainable — or by 
K.\\<f. hue percentage of 85.2. 

[ 'I'he examinations , were h.'ld in the 

1 following centres: 

I..- No.' ..I 

Ciind. I- ' '^d 

! , datfr. 



For Immediate Delivery 

MODEL 17 AXl) MODHI, I.; ^ 

McLauchlin Buiclcs 

W'c have for itnnuMiiau.' <k'li\-rry two s[)lenditl 
McLauglilin iUiiok C'ar>. These consist ot Models 17 
.\ and 19. These models will appeal instantly to the 
..iaan who knQ.ws, and who \va,nts a car of reliability. 



....... {.. 



Price of Model fQ. ...-,. . 
Price of M^de! 17 . . . . 



, $2,100 
. $2,500 



Western Motor and Supply Co.. Ltd, 

BROAD STREET 
R. P. Clark. Manager Tel. 695 



! Armstrong .... . . 

{Chllllwack ...... 

4 CraijUrook ■ ..\ . ., 

~V\\ mUerlatra ^. ••'•"■' 

' Knderby 

j Fernle 

Golden 

I Grand Forks . . . . 

i TTahiToops 

! Kaslo 

\ Ivelovviha 

j Ladysmith .... . . 

I Nana I mo .... . . . . 

I Nehson .... .... 

New Westminster 

Peachland . . . : . • • 

Revel stoke ., 

Uos.sland ...... . . 

.Salnio"irXrn».'' 

\'anc-ous'er . . 

I Ve.rnon 

I Victoria ; . . . 



Gradle 

!'■■■ 
Junior-.-- , 

Preliminary course . . 

,.. ,.,,;,,..,. com'cra'l 



■ f. • r 



.\o\.i;iii-n course ....'■ 
.Advanced commerclaj 
Applied 8cie.>-.^ :..'.. 

Inte:rfnedlate 

Senior — 
Alcadjemlc 

Total . 



t 

III 
i.. 

'J .i 

11 
1: 

17 
L't 

*-. 
112 

is 

v t 

z\ 

■ 13 



1,170 

NO..O? 

Cand! 
dat. 

701 
,60 
• , 131 
SHTT" 



IR 
10 

fi 

'i- 

4 

4 

3 
11 
15 

I 

r> 

s 

31) 

81 

7 

:;t . 

,) 

8 

3r,r. ■ 

14' 
148 

792 



4S2 
30 
82 

13" 



i(|?0 



792 



-,--^ — Armstrorvg Cen tre ^ 

.Preliminary course, ^ Jitnlor giradc; 
mivxlmum marks, 900^- number of can 
Idldates, 10; passed, 9— ^Maggie 



ALWAYS IN CONDITION 



DOG'S 




BASS 



THE 



AmLHilw 



YOU'RE USED TO. 



A" FINE TOnrC FIRST BREWED IN THE YEAR 1777. 



BASS ! <Mho«« fame i« b«»«d on b*er 
BASS 1 wvhot* nam* Is known wh«r«'*r 
Brltona hold thair nectar dear-- 
Thinkt astuaginQ pleasantly. 



PITHER & LEISER 

Wholesale Agents for B.C. 
VICTORIA VANCOUVER NELSON 



AUTO LIVERY 



Stand Comer Courtenay and Govcmmen'^ 



Cars Day and Night-Thonc 121 



Chamb»'rs. Dctroit.s. Oldsmobiles and Franklins 



w 



Hart well, «62; Earl K. Foreman, 660; 
Mabel I. Doror, 613; Erlena M. Shritnp. 
591; Ernest H. King, 5 $7: Violet I. 
McTavisli. 568; Russell B. Hunter,- 515; 
Uilian M:~:Har8hall, 495; Lydia Hayes, 
47S. ■■■■••■•,■ 

Full course, Junior grada; «iaximum 
marks, l.l'OO; number of oandidates. 
S; pasflipd, 4— ^Kathleen J. Bfett, 745; 
Lillian P. beckcr 740: Hilda S.Klttle- 
soh, 730; Adelaid*! Grahum, 639. ' 

Advanced courseT^""^'"''' Sfado; max-' 
Imum mlirk.s, 1,000; number ■ 11- 
datos, 9; pti8.ied, 4 — Wlllem < • i- 

haiis, 678; Pearl V. Leveringlnu, 563; 
Arnold PranciR. 55|; HatHf M. Wors- 

Chilliwack Centre 
Preliminary coucs^i junior grade; 
maximum marks, 900; number of can- 
didates;. '12; passed, 7— William F. 
Houston, .rr75; Ewart L. Aahwell, 540; 
Lottie ('aims, 511; WlUlahv T. Pake, 
507; Irma S, Street, 4«9; John A. .Jack- 
son. 474; Ethglyh 3rrKnrsnTf;-''?5*r.~i- 
Advanced course, Junior grade; maxi- 
mum marks, 1,000; number of candi- 
dates, 4; passed, 3 — N'ellle C. O'Hearn: 
-H>55; Marjorie McaiUjlvray, ■ " • 
L. MacLeod, 500. 

C^anbrook Centre 
Preliminary course, , Junior ' grade; 
maximum marks, 900; number of.t.ran- 
dldatcs, 9; passed, 6 — Kathleen L. 
Bridges. 590; Sybil D. White, 557; Gar^ 
net V. Binkley, 553; Annie Mrtud Short, 
486; Daisy J. McCallum, 473;' Jessie 
Kennedy. 453! 

Cumberland Centre 

I-*rellminary cVmrse, junior grade: 
maxlmumniarks: 900; number "of can- 
didates, 6; passed, fi — ^Marlon J. Mounce. 
701; Elizabeth J. Gibson, 694; Robert 
O. Duncan, 668; Francis J. Shopland, 
593; Eva G. Blckle, 547: ."il.nbel 11. 
Matliewaon, 5-1. 

Advanced course, junior g! . , x 
imum' marks, 1.000; number oi' candi- 
dates, 3; pa.«scd. I^- Cimrio.q a. Dtin- 
can, 838:, ..\1 Mc- 

FiTtlren,. 500. 

Enderby Contra 

I'roiiminnry course, junjor .irrade; 
maximtjm marks, 900; number of can- 
aid at es,} 2; passed, 2 — Emma A- Carl- 
son, S5lj; WiHard D. QreyelT, 48(5. 

Full course, junior prade, n^axlnuini 
markSi 1,200; numbt^r of cindJcfafi^s, I; 
pasKod, 1.-.-- John M. H. 4{l<'h!irdsi)n, 640. 

Advanced caurse, Junkautrade; inax- 
lmura. marks, ,UQ.|i>!i;„JOumber of candl- 
<].it«^ 2; passied, 1 — Edythe Johnson, 
fi:i9. 

Fernle Centro 
Prelimln.ary course; Junior grade; 
maximum nlarks, 900; number of can- 
didates, 3; passed, 3^M;iry A.- 4^te -" 
man, 634; PhyUlH-^I.Marlatt. 515; STaf- 
g.^ret A. Robertaop, 614. 

VuU course, 'Junior grade; maximum 
m.'irks, 1,200; mimbor of candidates. 1; 
!prt?»ed, t — John D. Henderson, 7;!9. 
I Golden Centre 

rri'aiiiin:.ir.v course, junliT niMih . 
Imnximum marks', 900; nu.mlijjr of can- 
jlidates, .1: pri.«sed, ■2-^KiHbleen i^haw, 
;5Gr>; Dorothy J. Tetmant, 496. 
;, preliminary commercial cours«>, nmv 
' Imum marks. 700; number of 
dates. 3; passed, 0. 

; Full course, junior BT!t71f*'::."m:Hxi,fnin" 
I marks, 1,200; number of rMn(1lrl:ite»--. :: ; 
I pas.Hed, 0. 

I Ad\nnV'ed course, Junior- RHi-ade: max- 
jlmum marks, 1000; numljef of randl- 
dalPS, 2: i>hs'''"l, 1 -Btitli M, Arm- 
strong, 715. 

Grand Forks Centre 
Frelimi4iai->- course, junior grade; 



*j "" ■■ — ' y I 

I m«»«aium marka, 900: OHBibar of c*n- 

dldaleB, 10; paused. 7— ^A.llce L. Kerr." 
«58; Janet L Munro, 647; Marjorle 
McArthuir (Greenwood), 816; Lottie 
Button (Greenwood), 573; Henry Mcll- 
walne, 537: Donald O. Manly, 478; 
Frank A. Newbauer. 472. ,. 

Full courae, junior grade, maximum 
marks, 1200d; number "fo candidates, 1; 
pasaed, 0. 

Advanced courUe, junior grade; max- 
imum rijarks, 1,000; numbea- of candi- 
dates, 4; passed, 4 — Llllie Demuth, 695; 
Kathleen S. Ferguson, 682,; ' NIta C. 
Reid, 650;" Caroline R. Munro, B^S. 
Kamloopa Cantra 
Preliminary wourse. Junior grade, 
maximum inarks, 900; riumber of can- 
didates. 15: itassed;, 8— <'larenre VV. 
Austin, 629; Gporge IT. Ellis, 628; Grace 
Penzer, 595: MagRle, Smith, 534: Lilian 
Dundaa, 5'21; George Scott, 498; Geo. 
C. Taylor. 4U2'; Bessie A. Manaon, 454. 
.Full course, maxlmumniarks, 1,200; 
number of candidates, «; passed, 3-,- 
.NelH« M. Klcmmer, 696; John L. 
Merchmer, 682; Margaretta Macdonald, 
605. , 

Advanced course, junloa- grade; max- 
imum marks, 1000; number of candi- 
dates. 4; passed, 4 — Ralph" A'. Walker, 
665; Annie F. Howell. 6.'>2: Maud T. 
Hallhclur. 613; William R. Macdonald, 

5;io. ' 

Kaslo 

Prelimliuiry course; Junior grade; 
maximum jnarks, 900; number of cun- 
didute.'i, 3; passed, 2 — William E. Mac- 
kay, 477; Mary >M. lOsemiii, 462. 

I:'"ull course: Junior grade; maximum 
marks, 1200; number of candidates, 1; 
passed! 1— Everett E. Zwicky., GOO. 

Advanced course; junior grade; m.ax- 
lmnTn--mTtrkgr t;000 : - inin\ I. ci- of candi- 
dates, 1; passed, 0. 

- — Tntermedlate _Kraae, max 1 m w m 
marks, 1,200; number of (-aiididatc^, 
6; pas-sed, 4— Helen A. Giegerich, 82S: 
Margaret E. Garland, 797;-Minnle G. 
Robertson, 772: V'c-ra H. Riddell, 600. 
Kelowna Centre 

Preliminary •coucsc; Junior grade: 
max4mum marks, 900; number of can- 
didates, 10; passed. 10— Ethel Hall, 
676; Alva H. Geen, 627; Bertha M- 
Geen. o^fl^^^ladys Hlnsley, 585; John 
3^eoxn8}v~5«lt; -Donald E- McLellan, 
545; Douglaa L. Thompson, 513; Horace 
G/Frasrrf 493; Clarence A. Jones, 486; 
Marguerite A. Reld. 450. 

Full course; Junior grade; maxlmj^m 
marks, 1,2^00; number o'f candidates,, 3; 
passed 1— William S. Fuller, 703. 

Advanced course; junior grade; max- 
imum mai-ks, l,00t); number of candi- 
dates, 4; passed, 4 — Helen E. Shanks, 
636; Marguerite Steele, 609; Harold A.' 
Renwlck, 5.S6: Rae G. Ritchie, 554, 
Ladyamith Centre -• 

Prelimirtary leourse; junior guide; 
maximum mar ks, 900; number of can- 
didates, fi; passed, 1— t^ladys C. Coult- 
er, B04. 

Full C" ' '■ grade; maximum 

marks, 1,200; number of candidates', 
3; passed, 0. . , ' . 

.VfTv'anced course; Junlm--grade; max- 
imum marks, 1,000; number of candi- 
dates, 6; passed, 4— Peter T. Celle, 622; 
Isabelle S. Christie. 579; Harojdr' C. 
GUI, nr.l: i:ih.rCroston, 651.^^' 
Nanaimo Ceotrtf 

Preliminary course, -junior grade; 
TTisxlmum marks, tiotry nnmhcr oTran-- 
dldates, 16; -passed, 4-— George W. Wad- 
dington, 658; Ina Carroll, 520; Jean G. 
.MiLeod, 520; VVUma iL. Makl, 488. 

J'liU course. Junior grade; maximum 
marks, 1,200; numbeT M "candidates, 1; 
passed, 0. 

Advanced course; Junior grade; max- 
ImtlTn' marks;- 1,000;- '.nimrber ol eandi- 
4ate3^ 7; passed, 4 — 'Dorothea Fisher, 
667; T.oah TI. Brown, 591; Gertrude B. 
Pipe: I acely M. ' Lawrence, 543. 

Nel »on..Cant ra 

Nor of 



ladlas' "turbapry' 
fsr which wa ara 
6lutlva aganta. 



M. 



C?andl- Passed 
dates, 
i^unlor grade — 

Preliminary course . "i 25 

Advanced course ... lO 10 

Full C(,iur8e ' 1 

Senior-^- - - ■ 
A/caderr)ic grade 1 ^.1 

Xel-son High School 

Prellminar>' courae, Junior grade; 
maximum marks, 900; number of can- 
didates 27; passed, 23^H. Clirfo-rd Irv- 
ing, €57; J. Haworth Dewry, 607; Arth- 
ur Grah.a, 600; Harry Glbba, 578; Mari- 
on Wade, 564; Charles..- R. Darough, | 
547; Mary E. Donaldson, 547; Arthur { 
B. Gliker, 544; Harry H. Pitta, 530; ! 
Elsie M. MansfleM, 527xJohn H. 0««5r ' 
by, 518; M'aud Simons. &18; Ollv6 Beal- j 
by, 5in6; W'.Hilgh Fletcheir, 509; Ada I 
M. Hannah. 505; John /WmreWead,! 
505 Erma Ferguson, 4$3; XXonald A. 
31cQuarrle, 488; Clara B. Knott. 484; 
Florerj«ce <t. Mc Vicar,' 474; Georgia H. 
Patrick, 468; A. Clyde Emory, 450; 
Ro'^vell R. Gordon, 450. - 

\ (Ivance course. Junior grade; maxl- 
\..\im. n-.arks, l.OOp. Number of candi- 
dates, 10; passed, 10. Mary E. Ruth- 
erford, fi'ir. - n..ir|nald de Cew, 676; 
Charle.-^ 'el, 668;. Dora Jordan, 

651; Eu..i ..:. Etter, 638; Mabel L. 
Astley. 634; Naomi BUtchart, 618; 
Edith I. Montgomery, 590; Nora M. 
Paterson, 573; William S. Xewitt, 518. 
Senior ^ncademlc grade: maximum 
marks, 900; number of candidates, i; 
passed, 1 .Tohn Spouse, 676. 

St. Joseph's School 
Preliminary course,, junior grade: 
maximum marks, 900; number ..f can- 
didates, 2: passed. 2. 'V"ale IC .MnrUn, 
■'.i,-\; Martha M. Ivmwith, 505. 

Ymir Public School 
Preliminary course, junior grade: 
maximum ' marks, , itOiK number of can- [ 
didates, 1:. pfiased, 0. 
"■ Fall course: junior grade, maMunnn 
marks, 1,200;. nuriilvf "f '■andidktes,l; 
|i;w!tcd, 0. ' " 

New Westminster Centre. 
No. of 



T^ff^Umtnary Cour.«»e, 
Junior Grade . . .v. . 

Advanced Course, Jun- 
ior grade • • • 

Full . cour.'fc, junior 
grade • • 

Intermediate grade . . 



Candi- 
dates 

■80. 

1% 



112- 



Passed 




Splandid Showing 
llldiae' "Burbarrya" 
for which wt ar* ax- 
el uaiva aganta. 



Fall Fashion in 
Long Coats 



nac 



In our advance-i^howing of Fall and \Mnter 
Coats are some exceedingly attractive modeU. 'I'lic 
only direct deviation from last. year's style arc the 
long coats^OiiL-aulitary frppts ^M collars, a 
change which vsHll- undoubtedly -p4ea-se~n-Tan-y,-^=^^ 

Co2u_rs arc in hl;ick, sea.l Efown, red, fawn, navy 
bltrc; green. The weights/ run- froin mediiuii, tor 
immediate \so;ir, to the licaviiiii materials, includ- 
ing brnadcloih^. — — "1^":'^"" 

Trirnniings embrace 
br;ii(l, turned u]) sleeves 



{'"ancy biirroi i - . 1 1 eavy silk. 
M;in\' <if the coats are of 



very near design willivery htile trimming at nib 
The mihtary collars in some c;ises are edged in true 
militar}' style, while others arc the ])lain 



nii'-n 



collar. 



garments and 



a 



'IMicse Coat.- are long, dre<: 
t)roiiTn\T to inclement weather, ;m(l are ;ilso 
tashionable outer co'v^fffiFTb'r boulevardmg, mot- 
oring or driving. 




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FURNITURE 

CLEARANCE SALE 



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Real Bafgains In Furniture, 
Carpets, Etc. 



NOW IS THE TIME to secure Real Bargains in Furniture, Carpeits, Lin- 
oleum, etc., at low prices, which have not been inflated so as to show vaitues not 
warranted by the goods. Our stock is very complete just now: Before buy- 
ing a dollar's worth of furniture elsewhere be sure to rnspect oojr stock. We in- 
vite comparison as to quality and prices. You can save money by buying from 
us. Our guarantee, "Goods as represented, or money refunded.--— --' 



FREE CITY DELIVERY 



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1420 Douglas St. "The Better Valqe Store" Near City Hall 





1 
1 

81 



Total 

New Westminster lli«h pohool. 
• Preliminary Courae. Junior grade: 
Maximum ma'rTT,* 800. Nu mber at^can- 
dkl.ates, 69: passed^ 49: FloreTJCO H. 
Brice, 655: William 11. Inncsi, 646; 
Kdlth <J .Marin, 6:i9; Waller K. Lahe, 
r,20 Albert DeF. lllUlker, 616; Laura 
Lane. 609; Lllll.in.,E. Pope, 604; Donald 
W. MoKav, r.9S; Edgar R. Gilley, T,95; 
Frances E. Trethtwey, 587; Edjth. 
Loree 585; ; Franees- M. St4tt, — fiS-'iir 

FTarold L. Davis, -eTS;- George K 

.SjuigKieb, 571; Lome M. Roseborough, 
f(ii7; Ronald R. Whltakerj 562; Edwin 
U ('. .Meredith, 560: Jo.Beph Oliver 
550- Lily H. Hood, MS; I'Torence Kick 
hof'f, 543; i^hyllls Dockrili, f.37: .Mil- 
dred G. Stein. 535; Ruth F.. ^^'lnte- 
mute, 534; .Malcolm G. Raber,. 5;?2; 
FoYest J. Favler. 532: (leorge li. Trapp 
532: Helen M, .Bennett^, .'i?! ; . .Jljordls 
Jameson. iJ.2S: Edward I. Canteli, 524; 
'**i;irt'ii'!= H. Gilley. 524: Kenneth H. 
lluggaid. 515; .Limits- S Sniith, 514 
(Contia»«d on I'Aga 11.) 




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"Tuckelt's Special" Cigarettes are 
made, i.s the finest grown, h comes 
from certain districts which are 
world-famous for the uniform excel- 
lence of tlieir crops. » — - - 

These cigarettes are prepared for 
the market by expert workmen, in 
clean, sanitary surroundings. 

"Tucicctts Special*" arc mild, ti»f 
gram, deliciously flavore<^-liHl "HH 
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Vb* Colonist rnntlng^ »aa rubUaMnc 

Oompiny, i:.lmltad XiUbiUty. 

iail-iai8 Broad St.t Vtotorl*. B. a 



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Delivered by carrier at BO cents per 

month, if paiil In advance; i50 ci nia per 
month If paid aftof tlie lOfli ot c-ucli 
njonth. Mailed, postpaid, to any part 
of Canada., except the city or BUburban 
dlatrU-ls, whtcli are covered b>' our car- 
rlorti, or tlie UnUed Klngdyra at the 
tot lowing rates: ■ """*""! ' ' 

On« Year , 15.00 

Six Montlia 2.BU> 

Three Months 1.25 

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Queen Charlotte Islunds and to vtlve 
tcnninus of the Alaskan railway^/ We 
are of the sarue.mlnd today that wo 
have been -for years, "namely that a 
railway from Victoria to the Inorth eh'd 
of the Istlan-d Is one of tho grojitest 
needs of this' western country. 



FUTURE OF STEWART 

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T uesday, A u gust 2, 1910. 



YESTERDAY'S TRAGEDY 



\ 
The murder of Captain ElUston ycs- 

lirday .waa a severe shock to thccoin.- 

Miunlty ,tn which, he was. held ifl unl- 

' crsal csteemi. He was a flrt:<> type_J»l 

,1 soldier and a .gentleman, popular 

with the wholjs garrison as- well, as 

^vith all' others who had the pleasure 

■ t" knowinig him, Hc-. was an ex- 

I'lli'Mi ;citizen In every sense of 
I he worif, aSd if ^ iB -a most mol- 
.incholy thing: thai so useful a life 

hould have been cut off through 



JQcj-eyery .rea^oriaEIe expectation ' w'Ul 
he met by wTlatrolTyTI© called /l hiStP- 
erately low grade camp. It Is really 
a better thin')? for., the co'untrV than 
a eanxp wir ■ ii . .i,. ,.,,:•: .'xoL. 

small. or<?s or tnc luwcr grades must 
exist in culantity in nrder to make 
mining possibUj. ill not- 

invest i" *he n<i,i..i j.i.wii.-. unless 
th^f' a cB uran oo qf long and- : 

pi-otiiablf fmployment. As n rule iior- 

^ -r— -... . r— , ., , ,' iTianent camps -tH't-Hn St" (1 upon the low- 

' "- " "" ' — ';•' ^ • er grade s qi ore . • — — ■ 



l>atioa had debased, himself physicallr 
ud m^tally. It was a horrible crime, 
;i dreadful act which for absolute lack 
of justifieation or excuere it would bo 
iifflcult^J^^jjarallel. We can do little 
jiioro than pface on record an apprecia- 
tion of Die" \Tffue8 ot the murdered 
man and an expression of detestation 

nf the i-rinu- iif whli-ll "hi- was the 

\ Ifi !•; , : : liat thcri- 

.' ill lie a dearchiug investigation Into 
,ill-.the— ^'Irc-umistances iwadlng up to 
TB. By this -we mean .jaoina-;: 



thing more than a trial by .jury. It is 
dreadful :-> contemplate the fact that 
an officer in the discharge of his duty 
should bo shot dead while crossing th^j 
barrack yard. . 



THE SONGHEES RESERVE 

^ ..Ir. IJ'rank Oliver, Minis- 

ter of the Interior, visited the So'n- 
^Hoer -.-■«•"---<» in company ' wlth^ .the 
.:\l ,r.. land Revenue, the Mayor, 

the ,Prt-.-*ident of the Board of Trade 

, and si^ .>ri!' .M.lpi-men and members of 
the . Roarri of Trade, and 

discussed t!ie various' matters Involved 
In the settlement of that vextUl ques- 
I i)resenT"^'ere Impressed wlin 

I lie. \ try ihuruugli — nndprstandlng of 
the ease exhibited by the Minister of 
the Interior and with his desire"^ t»- 
brlnp- th>' matter tO a conclusion fav- 
orable, ij thelcltxat, the.. earliest j)oa!i: 
^ihle day; lie fully appreciate.n ho\v 
irreatlvTt'TT Inthe Interest of Victoria 
that ! rve should be thrown 

open. '.Mr. i empleman took occasion to 

_jnentlon :i plan which has already been 
favor: nmented . uporj' by this 

piper. ..1. iy the Setting apirt of a 
j.ri; ., f the reserve for the use of 
the Indians and the sale Of — the— re- 
ina;n.l(>r. Willie .it is fair to say t^»t 
:i<r not fully meet -wltb ttW»'ib^»r 
proval of all pre.son,t, we are very much 
of the r.pinloa that it affords, th© only 
Imniidi.ite practical solution.'^, the 
difficulty. , _ ', 

We are InoUned tfli thlrtR that the 
Honghees have/ beeti led to .put too 
lilgh a valiie' tipon the reserve. It Is 
nuTte true that much oif it Is vetT^ valu- 



.-ble, biLit ft Is al^o true that some of. 

it is not. At thf' .^rinv iinie it is 

worth a J. 

arhorfnt'that it wuald bo likely to corn- ""^ grow nt. 



mand rit ri public sale would make 
eoi_itell, off. Apparently 
wc Miiiii nave -.to possess liiur souls 
In pntiencpfor fl while longer, but w.o 
it any delay th.u 
, , , > be because Mr. 

oijvi ippreclate the neces- 

sity of aotiiin or from any unreadiness 
on his part to do what the ( xiKcncies 
cif the case demai • 

RAIL TO, THE NORTH "y 



Events are demonstrating how right 
the Colonist was when it tjrged year 
after year the construction of n rail- 
A\<ay from Victoria to the north 'nd 
of Vancouver Island. The dex-flopmcnt 
\\\ progress in the north control fi'irt 
of the province render s 
the utmost importaj,ice~ not nni-. !,,.• 
Victoria alone, bijt for the w hole Ih- 



:En3iE:;5E&D:;,hSteKte^icr.2nf! 
of hla faith in. the PdrtlaJnd Canal 
mining district by Investiiig his money 
fvfel.v In mines and iii u railway en-. 
ter]>i;lse, says, he i.s satisticii ih;.tt Satew- 
and will -be. a perijianeni !••" gi.-a<le 
oamp.- T4ila--le^-\i4iat w.i.h cxjK'rted by 
tbrrse who have investigated the altiin.- 
tli'ti. The rniheraiized area is extensive, 
iind the diaractPir- .nf Thft orft badiea.. 



is .varied. Some of them are doitbtless 
richer tluiit others, and further de-, 
velopimMU may justify a, higher vttliia- 
tlon on; the ore generally than ' Mr. 
Mann-oi^-any one else would bo Justi- 
fied in riiaktng at tho^resent tlnuL 



M^T Mann speaks ^i£_oxplorationB In 
the neighluirrhood of Stewnrt fur the 
purpose" of asc 

route for a rail«^i,v iiumoi m- munn 
through the mountains. Our advices 
lead us to believe that, while Mr; 



4iOw many paperj really are exponent*, 

of the ideas of any party or politician, j 
Wo fancy tliat they i^re few. A paper 
may warniiy espouse the cause of u 
party or a political leadeH'bul in nlncj 
CsasoS out of ten it has ho Huthorlty. 
to speak for either. Our iini)resslon ia 
that moat newspapers. wlun theyj 
speak for a pulltical party authorlta-j 
.tlvfly,- ar«' ca^-elul to let It be under- ij| 
Blood that they-flo,80. 



The Donilnioh giiLiloglst says that the 
mines at Stewart itre TWt as good as 
alleged in Uie v^ihl stories sent out a j 
few weejta ago._ They .are better. They : 
di) not consist of vast maswfes <.ir. richly ! 
hulen gold uiiartz that .would create a 
iiwnic. but they contain minerals of 
•grfcttt^ va.lutf-thftt^'eaiia oniy--be:-wgn--by-- 
the good old-fashioned methods of en- 
terprise and labor. 



Apparently there is a tnbvemerit- to- 
wardfl -, tb* - es taiilialinifiat:s;=afer; J'pH-I eh 
Home Hiile along, the lines svi-gge'sted 



by ■ Ettrl Grey, as a step' tdwards'k 
:p a rl i a me n tary -body that shali..-r£pxfi.r 
sent t he wh ole Empire. Mr. , Blrrel, 
Secretary for'Trela,nd,-^aay»- —Ayhat i.^ 
needed is a truly Imperial parilajncwt. 
"UTTtr this—would of, ('.>uFse-'--be- impoS- 
sjljle unless tii .il parts of the 

l^ntterd- Kingdom were given l.ooii! con- 
trol of their own affairs. 



-441^ ftr>»<>st of Cripiien charged with 



the murder of hij_wife__i8_C!ne of the 
rdwrances In the history of criminal 
^rt Hp rTi7t fm T T »— T f-hr n-rr- p-jrtrafmii narV^ 



be',«matured, we may look forward 
with confldenco to the openinsr '>f min- 
ing and oth. • ces the; ■;! 
necessitate tiic lon.-^tructlon of a line. 
;3Ca3JSa-:a.ltogether we regard the future 



Mann's plans' in respect ''to railway 

extension - liv--tbftt-<lire€ t i(m=^^-m«y -r^n»t-]-m»ttittt»^Hon'^ with" ' the^ c^ 



tale. There Is something uncan,py ' 

til.' ));.Hi;.'ht that. v.iiUo he \snM si> ■ ' 

w;!,^ Hulciy. [Ill- wirelc'^.-J UMi-jirai-Hi j 
was ticking off the- news that he was ' 
dn board the Montrose, and the police 
authorities were In almost hourly corn- 



ship. I'lans for his arrest— w©w-<ii 
cussed across miles of oceaiU_"__i__ 



of Stewart with high , expectations. It 
is likely to become a very IniporXajcLt, 
business and industrial centre in tiie 
Immediate future. " 



THE CRISIS IN SPAIN 



Spain has for many/ centuries been 
one of the ,m,ost dangetous storm' cen- 
tres in Europe, and It" Is a matter. of 
no surprise that there are .signs of 
serious trouble there. ,gpain Is. one of 



the few sta'tes in Europe where the 
authority, oiCTJie Vatican continues to 
have any power corres pon ding to that 
which It formerly enjoyed In most of. 



<'amj!ii t'lamm'aTlOn has been ex- 
pilaining Sn-the New York Herarld tli at 
.the recent cold weather in France was 
due to the r ecent ""~hnf weather in 
Ameflca,""ahd : aa li v 

unusual occurr<-i]i ■• m.iL warm weaiut-i 
in France car»io with a northeast 
wind. It would be Inieresting to/kiiow 
-the sexplanation of the somewhat cool 
kumnier we have been, having. In Bri- 
tish Columbia. Warm weathw with a 
north Wind is not uncommon here. 
Northeast winds are uncommon In the 
-iMimmer . jjfl.^ly 'paH _' ot^'''-,ttji;B gft ciflc 

coast'' ■,''■.' ' ■,'' , r" V.'':-,.v:..:^:--'- -,. ^,.""". /' 



The idt^a of opening Douglas street 
for Its full width, to the Dailaa road Is 
them;, but it i? not oh thla ^conuntla good one. What a anlpttrtid thormigh- 



that U has been the seat of so great!''®'"® that would be if it were extendi 
trouble. Thewars of the Spanish auc-j'" this way, well paved, with k 
pe.saloin have been many^Two of them S'^^*'*'"-'''^'' '""' i'l'i>^'<-i's of nn:ht.s a^^ 
only heed be mnniioned, namely tha:t 



In which .the Duke of -^Marlborougb 
'gained impoVrshabliS fame, (iti,!' rliat'jn 
which Frttnee-^I&st Alsa^ ne. 

The prest'nt trouble" has nothing 
whatever, at present at , least, to do 
with the. aucceaslon, although It Wajf 
readily happen that this may be In^ 
yolved before settled conditions are, 
j^stored.. ' 

■ .The despatt lii.-si !;»i.-f|ii to i..;in.7.s the 
Impression th&t hostility -to the Span- 
ish policy in regard to religion 16 at 
the bottom xO^ what Is now occurring, 
biit jye shsUV b©; Vttnr rtoi* to believe 
that the Pope would Icntl himself to 
anything Of that nature. Allegations 
"tiature niuBt' .be tak«a with 
rii.iny grains of allowance, _, -_ , 
Perusal of' editorials In. thx^ Wcent 



wn: • lo the sea. 

There would be noiiung like It any- 
where ^ls<r It woidd necessitate another 
gl-eat;TIi:oroi4gti7 TCook street ■ 

Ueire's a suggfi.-i,. .i, ihait. might l>e I 
wbrth,-4hinklng over; Extend Douglas ' 
sti^eet as sliffges.ted; open £0ok,8tr' ' 
all the way through to the Dallajs rt.ui 
on the one hand and to HiVi«lde'^A:en«ej 
-on the other. Then ' ■ Hillside to 

its junction with i -. Light the 

whole ; distance, inclujling the" Dallas 
road, with gfoups of light;? and .thete 
would b6 an . unequalled dftveway for 
use day or .nlfllt It would b.: -[Sy. 
miles long. '• , ;:^^ — 



The despatchji^ ittttee been telling ua 
thi* Mile l*enev«^^the eompatiion of i 
Dr. Crlppien; was a womlerfiilly beau- 
tiful per8on7~~tter portraits do not I 
Lssues of the London jourqals falKs convey -such an Imprpssion. but rep- ! 



tu eaat much Hg ht -ttpon tlw aituatUm . 



There are suggpistlons that one of the 

Jart l<tr . !,^ 

1- : of ^ KngtaTrdl-fioj;.- - YoCTlvilFo 



resent-a.-glrl of farrl'yrecrUIar fcatiiresr' 
but a -somewhat Hat/f'ace Tttjd I;<rre 



through rrlage of the .King to 

an EngU.sli princess. This has led ,to 
many Rngli.^b rcople taking up , their 
rosii 111 as mo8,t Of 

them are .i'roit slants; it i.s said a feair 
has btipn aroused that th<n' were en- 
deavoring .to,' undf'i Roman 
Catholic Church, aii.. i- ..; i.-^. real in- 
stigators of the liberal policy in rell- ! xYsSr 
?lous matters which Alfonso aeerrla to 
favor. Hilt t)i/. comments leave read- 
ers alri ;riuc'h In tl.c- dark as 
they were bclure jierusing them. Th^ 
incst that any 'one. esiM dally at tlil.s 
(Hst.infc, i-.'tii }). to chr 
icic events and nia,KO kucH .explan- 
atory, observations as from rime to 
time seem likel 



.. COarsv- nave lY.ui'.to 

that as soon as n wonian gets Jnilxed 
up .In-a crime she is always si person j 
Of quite femarkable beauty according! 
to the telegrams. It adds to the tn- j 
tfefest to tell that: she is lovelier than , 
her lovely sex are on an ,a\ < ratr>\ As i 
a miitter of fact such pco ,i"''- 1 



ugly commonplace Ip 
■C. Thern Was that 

, V he r Inis- 
'Tianu. .-^Iitt was tte- 

trrething quite . out of 
common, iler portraits show a very 

....aov'"*-^ — ">. " ti * h i nL"- 'v.'rt;rin Th","^ iinfor-^ 



ually 



nau'i ' 
scribed 



tin 



le queni 
it th- ., 



iC Songhees r-cscrvc | 

relatlner to thr- In-- I 



1 lud and, fqr • 
try. In advoc 



irthern.cbun- 
s .-I.. ,i ,1 railway, we 
are no longer plfiadinc; for the inter- 
estfi of this city alone. We no longer 
h^ve-to, deal in cxnrctatlon.K; \\i> I'ja'w- 

—fRteisTiow " 

heyat least two'.iarge >. ' • 
riOTth const,' Prince Ilup> 

i'cople" resiib ill 

jioL !■■ ; t wi th the .'-•■,is. ; ,i ,..,ii.s 

"3bf~Bt< e'ommunllcation \^ hen at 

Jeaiit halt ithc <3|atnnce can be covw'y^fl 
lay a railway. . 

"STu'eh ir+ftUway will' V i- 

ri' ' oT Vancouver I'slanU. ;iu ad-- 

\ :, ■! 'Tfie northern markets that 

1 '■8«. .aid that. th< 

can nrnitin -m- rHf-iH-n**— wiijf,— itjs irn- 
jio-siBiblc to devlsea route from Stewart 
itod Princ!e, .RiipeEt that, will be - as 
fil>cef1y ! • >■ • •onsiating of rail frOm 
«i(if ' Ii ! f«ia;nd to the other 

find fa»t.afitcnmcrs--fr«t« ' •■ 

lorminal. By .'!"<li a r.;)'. ia 

will overfooii'' '"i'' 

V, hi<'H it now i;i,boi.--' m < ompcUllon 
v ith Vuncoiiv^r. The railw.ay will be 
f, rdute of fi-afflc also from Seattle and 
other TTnlted States, po!ntS".'o1i'""'the* 
f;oiith to Alaska on the north, Jta 
northern terminus will be thfl point- of 
<i..{i(.irtnro for otr-amerfl pl.vinir to tb,. 



alien a' 

,' la LLr I 1 lijj; „i.ii'aM.--<-] \ I'S with 

that when that street hn.« \ 



■iliape it w;ii; 

whole Pacli.v 

somewhat of a large order; 

talnly is going • 

tr !■) oAr, 



in 
the 

' 13 

■Tr 
!ly 

!ioiit 



' k I'Ani-'r hfid-a .sfoi 

a .\i,rM !<)- 

ca.iiiy ot tiie iirL' was allegctl , to be 
near Howe Sound, which as every one 
knows t.«( near 'Vancouver, and ^he 
magnitude of the fire was vastly great- 
er than tiiat' of any that "has occurred. 
The dcspafteh was sent froin Seattle, 
vvlii. !i iji-rliaps explains It 



T r v r J f Lb <• 



" prpn 



■ ' admit tO: 

tliH V^uUUiug Xlic .ciupluices, taken.-on 
by the Grtind Tfunk Railway in placfe 
of the stritccTB: — •^:*his' seem'a "a veVy 
strange piece of buelneSB., The com- 
pany, which owned the building 
ined':hi.ni " the 

Hecrciiir> .Hid -thQ~Comp.in> «^i "» to 
have shown .exx;cedlngly,p60* JudgV 
nicnt. Incidents of' this kind ar* cal- 
culated to injure the ut^'foliu-c^ ,,f ,, 
,very. valuable. JxilsiJAtu,tlPb 



e.ration,- \i-it.liLJUt..iaJiiiig into io-roani i 
the itnairinary r!nim«> pnt forwnr'l on; 
ijeb, • 

ern im i i '"> i '"' "•/ " ■ ' | 

scrvationa' are now h< lo 
remnants of once , large tribes, 
that are' beln^ put. tji no "us. 
wh £>.ie p resent condrtTi 
settlement of the country. In 



.o;ill 
areas 

a till 



fniiTiy ^ 

cases if these reKcfves were sold, the! 
proceetl ;'jvernme.nt . ' - , 

curltiea wo.iij.'.i. , <>•• mori- than sufficient | 
to.jKlve the I'ndlan.«( an excellent living, }_ 
a far better one thnn they can make j 
under;- present circumstances. We do not | 
l"-|w4«h^ -to— ba-tm pa tieu Lin..ii-ma tterofthLs. , 
kind, but we sugK«>.st to the ' •''',- i 



tiveTff-<"'f"'thw- 1 ^■^f^v4H*i*^'-4^^•!-fW«441 - ■ 



t.iw4- 



tlxe.JB±.o ht to be taken j 

p.u at uii CcUiy u;ii<' and- hff~ dlspOaed | 
nt.' We ^ayc ; 7ar from wishing' to sec 
the Indians treated unkindly, but tjiink 
it a great mistake to permit false sen- 
timent to InterXfirejw't'i the adopt ii; 
of a policy whilch would pron'iotc the 
>,vi.\C;\rf c.r the Tticllaii.". I lioni;4el\'i'M a.'J 



'I'll 



( Mt 



-t 



mci • 
1 [lari 



liinc l>< 



■I ■ < i ., ' :i 
1 lo.u. condition- 
in T>.flt'."sh' ''o. 

Si I 
no gO'jrt }_'\iS<JXi 



nwa Vrea -Press^ays It is; why corfeBpondtngt'hangpa might not 



"not an organ." We wonder how maiiyj ii*. ouule in tlie ai^ca br'lil li\ 
])9f]i<'r'-', r'vUlv are urifans; Unit is t<>Kay,iVi.- Iiand.>< at le;tft 



' l » ii W »ill . lil |. i . i . M l 1, 1 .1 Ill 1., i 'l 

jSSSSStBSmSSSSSXSBSE 




Al)6UST--AT "THE STORE WHERE THE 



MOST FURNITURE 




HOWN AND SOLD 



tf 



Wli.VV VVRNIXXIJUU^ATI^KCTIO}^ RZAhtY M%AU<: li iiK';in. .i .-iUisfacitkuv. iIku cammt 1..- expressed 
inerely -iii iltiitarsand cciits, ftir tliM'e- is^-^an-aristcKTacy ■in-^eFtaiu f urnitiire ■ ( .sti-eh— as you see here) — inherent (jualitles 

ti4jtput .itJbat iiiark it as indisputaMy ab'oye the ordihai:y-and"'cnnini'in1y ,sn '-ri'io-! "high, grad --,"•- TTT""rhi~-'lnTrrHTf'HiTTTi'itTrrc- 

that is a never-failiiij^ st'iiSrce oL-pieasiire to its owiier. - . - 

-! — Ln^XlIJILJiiruiliux..depantmt:nt,iuaj:J3e-iiee«-ailApl^ i.s needed for a 

correctly fitrnished Bungalow; Cottage or Mansion, and during tliis inonth you can study your own interests best by visit- 
iiij;;' this store, whexe."vSalcs" are never needed, and where you eaii Al.W'.AYS rely oti jrettiiig ilu- hij;die?t possible value" 
f. ir e ve ry ct i" may spend Avith-Tjsra-t-any-ttnTc^of.lhe. , ti; 

Four lieins for ftie Dining Room 



Sideboards 



I'll C.dMcn '^iii., ..I ..-;-a> ..Lo\v' a.s. . .,„. 

.^urfaced' Oak, up froni-^.. 

I n StJlid Oaclc,~g61den-^very haiidsom c, ii j » f r< > n i 



S17.00 
.i?20.00 



fiiiffet? 



tn Oolden Surface Oak, up from 

Ill Solid Gtjlden Oak, up from , . 

In Early English Oak, up from'T^ 

"Itil Early I•J1L;li.■^ll. Sflii] ()ak, up ii-.un .. 



. . .S25.00 
i«i32.00 

. S2r>.()o 

. 835. 00 




^ ,;:;:QiiiiLa Cabinets 

[i 'Early English Oak, up iroin ^10.00 

Superior qualitv ,in Earlv p.no-lish ();j.k. 

;'... 825.00 

in Upidftt yaiv. uj.) irom . 825.00 



uvrsvfs 



Golden Fir Dining-room Tables, from ^7.50 

Solid Golden Oak Ta bles, from .... .^ 12.00 

"IpaTIy'WglilETraFTimshr^^ 00 

"EoUd Oak, in the Early English Einish, from 

'.. ... . ■ . - . . .-rr; —7- ,:. .J : .,$3:5.00 




Tli€Fe Are Sfll.I TmiQ Good Moiitlis for Camping' 

.ViwItBc ; 1 iv inany Uttie campitig necetssitieft that *y4>*^ ■ 

olthe— Gold .\ledal Canipin.g Furnitiirc,'\the best'campd^^^ that ii ; 

aniistiaily lightij^d certainly uncomntcmly-stipng, and the easiest to pack and ni*>ve i.rt; i 



\\ c cany a cuniplcte line 
This make of furniture is 



Caiiip Crockery, at Prices Yoii WaiiMo Pay 



Soup-Plates, each . 

Platearper-iioajif 50c, (or each 
Cups, per dt>z.,; gee i: 

Tumblers, tro '; 

Bowls, each 



5^ 

5d 

5i^ 



$pup Casseroles, cacii 

■ platters, octagon shape, each 

v'L,arge Platters, blue willow pai'iii, ;it 

•Teapots,; large size, each 




Syrup Jugs, each . . . . ; . 

f , ■ 

Office FurnitMre 

\ Ifew-years ago it nialtered little what kind of furniture your 
office displayc^d, Hut NOW one;of a btisii in'shesta i 

l?RklSlf£l3 OEF lCEran'o ffice that a ; 
•••■staying ivyhile*^ iti. iftltlmirircction WEILER BhK )>. r.iu vTr? 

a most varied stock to choos e frorti. em bra.cingp-H-''ery thing tlin 
to, make up office furniture 



75<* 

5<> 

60< 

25<^ 

;25^ 



Careful Attention Given to Mail Orders 

^om^eis of Qoalily . 
and Great Diirabllltv 




01/ 



^1 



TIU' 




-XT 



Honeycpmb Towels, vvlni. 
j Turkish Towels, n'l' w ' 

! ;i i ■ •• : • • -1 ■ 

Turkish Towe]iS,_x)i 

Linrn Towe4s, rouoli >, 

' / /-'/ 

Linen Heiristitched/Towels 



■i II Ml. t ,lCll. 



I Or 



25<^ 




fk^^^^^yA^c^0l 



^ijvS^oo. each 



imsiitcnea/ 

..H0C5SIEg^pjP(^'{/^|y Empire Linen Towels, ,„,..., 

Tincn Damask Towels, each./ 



Tlic Modern House- 
wile 

Will do well to inspect one of 
these "Hoosler Specials," ;' 
; '■ ' n cabin' f "■■•• '■■i- •■-■■ 

:ai.J','vd_,., ' 
,im; I in-n of "[•■■i..,. . .'. . : . 
and one of these cabinets anil 
your kit''fiin 'a almo-u coni - 
jiiete; ^ 




We have J'^.<;licr 



o iiu:n). 



Use llic Ladies* Rest Room 2nd Floor 



$ii|i Blinds 

. This month and next 
niLinth we get lots of bright 
c<iinshine. We don't want 
yot) to '^ ttrlnlcwpTe wcaTfTer 
prophc-ts, but «;ve do.want vmi 
to think, about Sun "lilind.H 
for Um office err thfl hrtin". 
We iuakti thejn Jns»t -ua^+um*-- 
commaufli-. 




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Toesifay, Aiirj' 



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VICTORIA DAI LY C OLONIST 

"■-T" -"—H I VH ll WlM li W fciiti M i '■■■■ n il '■ mm mmmmimmmm* ^ .i ww ii^im —■■— i. ipwiii 




JULY PIANO 
REDUCTION SALE 



At the Montelius Piano 
House Goes Merrily On. 

A dcci') cut is also made on 

small iiistruuH'nts, sheet 

music, etc. 

"Following- special -bargains 

still open : 

r PTAXO, u«ieil,J years, for 
^285.. Kc-ul.ar ".price,. 
, new. :f475. 

r PIANC). u'^od Ic-^s than i 
year, $250. Rcgujar 
l)ricc. new, $400. 

1 PIANO, new, except rent 
ed 3 months, $300. Reco- 
il 1 it r pT i re 7 ttc^v, ^ Js;:f!>5$f -"-N'ot' 
a scratch on it. 

I BlU.L PARLOR ORC, \^■ 
.J4QQ„d.^ as new and so war- 
ranted. $75. Regular 
price. .Si 50. 

A straight cut to ^^v^ until 
July 31 on several Pianos 

"ftrai'Wetrre gt darly- { qjJ54 -' 5 



I PIANOti 



$150 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 
Corner Fort Tel. 44 

B. P. GREENE. 

^Manager, X'ictoria l.fouse 



SOCIAL AND^PERSq-NAL 

Dr., Mm. ntirtMiss Hnrpor nre leav- 
ing nil u vlsi( U) the niulnland. 

* VI ** 

Mrs, ,lanio.s will net rcoelvo rlurliig 

thf niimtli III; Aukusi,. 

^ . » « * 

Mrt<. ami .Ml«s .Jesse hovo roturncd 
alttT a fortnight's visit t<> llanff. 

ti <* • 

Mr, anil Mr>'. 11. S. <;ilc> left .vcst.>r- 
da.N- nil a trip t<i I'nrtUind, Uvo. 

\rr 1 n/ firiifft' uf Vaneoiivcr Is! Hon. -W. J, Biu\ hci;, attorney-goiiprul 

""'■'^■.^■''^*^ ^. • ■■ '^«'''^ fr'nn His holiday at Llllooet. tl.ls 

, Hon." and Mrs. 1>. M.''Eherts>ave t^.-aiiisr, , . . 

. retui*ned from the mainland. 

( ■■ _ •■»»""■■ 

-i-Mr.' and Mrs. tJricg have loft town 
on-a-vii!ilt to Harrison Hot 8i)rings. 

"■■"■.irfS.rTt: Nasfr e-jx-tertained at u larse 
tea on Thursday of this TCeek. 



Mro. J. R. -J«ek»on of 1418 Pem- 
broke street l»4w» returiKed to Midway 
with hrr dauRhtPrs, OludyB and Nora 
for the school holidays. 

• • • 

Mrt. (Rev.) H. Bencliam nf FAlr- 
V i'-w, A'uncouvor is visltinK her sis- 
lor Mr.s. .T. O. SStlnson of 1124 J''alr- 
firld ruad. 

• • * 

Mr, JT. B. Rand, wlih ha.s hen the 
ffup.st of. Air. .f. R. .Stewart, of RolljiiK- 
hani, retiirncd honu; la.st lilght on tin- 
t !i-inc<isa"""ChurIotto. 



Mr.'*, liailos lin.s ri'iiirnoil jfoni N'rw 
*VVo»tinlnster, \vhor<^ .she has hefii vla- 
itinR with her sister, Mrs. C. N. iVIc- 
DonaJd- 



Amnnj!: thr Victorianjis^j^JsitingVan- ; 
.C.Oliver for tonnl.'< ^ycek were ivir:<. 
Mrs.; and mW Jeffrey leave Vn a few ; l^'tlpf. < '■ "tiker. Alif-s ileyden and Mr. 
days l^ttr' W'leLr.liyiy'^ iiLir'9.">''^''' .*:!■"!:■ 



and Mrn. Sc-h weii;r,'i.'i-,'s. 



J Mr. and Mrs. Walsh -l^lt town on; Mr. and Mrs. ^^coii, who havo been, 
Saturday on a visit-to San, I'^riHiclsco.!!pendiits: the last tow day.s in town,' 
» ♦ • "'"^••^^ ri'liiriiod yosttirday to. Now West- 
Miss ,feannette i:)ickson of .Angus miiistir. 
Campbell & Co., ia on a two w ec.ka' 
vislt-^to Sound cities. - ^ --.-L- -^- Mr; 



AUGUST 1ST. 

Have you glyen your firsLo^..the 
riiontli grocery order? Wo can 
Si\e ynu sati.sfaction in 'I'^antv- 
liU'i prieea hi staple snd fancy 

,cr'>(erl<'«. Gl\p ii:; a ti (.Unorder. 
r , '■■: 1m, :>'. ■ ■ 

'I'.' 1 ■• ;. Ion, per lt->.. :.;,k-. .: los lor 
$1,'|||. J<»ily Po-wders; 4 pkjr<'. for " 
i'lour, I. ■: ■ 

SFECIAI. THIS WEEK ONLY 

Choice canned Pens, per tin.. 10c 



Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W^-JUcUiuish of 
Vaneouvfr are, the quests of JNlr. antl 

.MjSr-WtlSO)i. l'"'-t sl.-r, I 

Miss C'nrd^tjii (irylls leaves- Vietorla 
on the nth Inst, lor San I'VancisQo, 

via S.;.lil.' and I ho H.S. r'Tosld-llt. 

* * "i* 

;\lis>^ .\. .\lanseli left on Thm-sday 
..?i ,1 visit to the sound cities and \vHl 
rriuni I'v v;\;,- of Vjaaiuouver. 

Alr. Ii. i', Koiirid lcft~j'estcrda.. \ :.j^ 
the Northerii.JPBGlfitc enToute to Cal- 
o-.,,M -i > Spokane, 

Mi. I'i.imas Murray left >estoi-day 
on a trii) to Toronto and oth 
ern 'liolnts. / o - -■- - ■' 

• ♦ • 

Mi.ss-E7 Johnston left yesterday vlk 
the 2<J^rthern Paclflc on a trlp-t<y Spo- 
kane,— ■ . . ■' . ■ ■"* " • ■ 

— 'n: ». ■ «. - ; n»-_ . — -=: [ ~- 
.\Ir. and Mrs. J. T. McDonald leave 
tomorrow via the North Coast .Lim- 
ited on a tour of the eastern States. 

*• . •- • 

Bishop Perrin "returned last nlgrht 
Irom_Aiherni. where, tie,4nJ|tiyitgd_-y.; 
new rector on Sunday last. . _; 

Airs. D. Stewart, of Victoria, West, 
will not receive again until Itirttoer 
notice. "" • ., 

Miss Davey. of ttrir ^rftv^ftc^t de 
partment of mines, has returned from[ city on buatncaa , 
a vacation visit to Shawnigan. 



Aifr.e4 Codd, nf Winnipeg, 
tretsfiew of Dr. A. Codd, of tliln city,. 
has Joined the iirni ni I Icti-lui- tiros., | 
IJianu dealers. 

* ' * ! 

Miss I.,ili:ili .\i.ilii;i.s,.. ,.( tlic sl.if! .if- 

-t;lDTdT>rr-^Dvy.'(d.TtC'. -I2trt,- Vanoouve;- is 
spendjng a short \-aeTitlon" with Iwi 
parenTp-Mr, uiTiT 3Ii;' A ?;rar]1u8S, ISTO 
lilaneliard street. 



I 



A. Pool, Grocery 



The MlsBea Beulah and MrnaXiCon- 
a,Pd. of -Vancouver, are. making a 
short visit with Victoria friencie.. 



Tlle .\Ii--s \\ ,< ,,i l',,ndofa 

avenue lia\ e jronu fur a tew weeks to! 
.VmicDuver and to A-Rassiz.'iflving- the I 
drawing and palntiiit; piirdls liolidavs i 
during August. | 

Mrs. G. V\'. Anderson and her daugh- 
ters Miss Kstellc and Miss t^isle left, 
recently for the sound cities where | 
they win sfa\ .innip time vl.'^itioq 
fiTend.'^ 

'■" " • * 

Mr. p. Beuslcy and Mr. William Dav I 
returned from Vancouver vesterdav | 
-f^f^Vppon on the Princess Charlotte" I 
after having talren part in the ath- i 
letie in,-. 1 In the Terminal city. 
I, • • » .' 

Mr. and .Mrs. D. D. Mjjjjn. Mr. D.l 
.Mann, Jr., and Mr. Holt, left last nlglit I 
Jl:!.'AJA?i£. r^^tiirn Kast. Mr. Mann <\- 
pects to revisit tho coast in Septoin- 
bcr. 

• * • ' " ■ 

.Mr. J. s. Morgan, traveling passen- 
ger agent for the Hamburg American j 
Steamship line, with headciuarters at 
San Krancisco, spent yesterday in the | 



JNllss Grace Johnson, who ha.>^ been j 
visiting her aunt, Mrs. T.tdd. in To-' 
.n.ijto. for several we_eks. haa retttm- 
fcd'to Victoria after 
Visit 



•Mr. and Mrs. H. Bartlett. fXOVk.,, ,, , , 

Spokane, are enjoying a- visit ^ '^C* 4, ^ '"''• «"'' the Misses >^tlson 



I'-ria. 



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Vai.-H .-^t 



.Mr. John bawson; .frQ» TttCOma, 

Ij Who siient last week in town on busi- 



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Real Lace Shop 

To Be Raffled— A" '•!,! :..,- 
100 years old. 5t)c chance^ 



1214 Broad St. 



i Mr^. 'Herbert Edmond«, , tro% Sid- 
j ney island, ^pe»t tl^ week #d fn 
town: : '■ 

. ■ , ■ ♦ *•'•■. • - ■ '■ 

Mies Lattey. trom Ryde^ S?n«la^ Is 

a visitor in tn©:='cjtty»^;«<iiiil.,: •trying 

at the Driar<L , • , , ^ 




Curls, Puffs, Braids and' 

Transformations la all 

Styles at 



MRS. ,KOSCHE-S HAIR 

DRESSING PARLORS 
•Phone 1173 Doufflas St. 



REMOVAL NOTICE 



"mss Jafie Wnis, from TdrQnto,_ ar- 
rived in towH^eaterday Ott a vijit^ to 

jrftlatives. ' : ^ , 



Mrs. O. W. Melhlnsjh. of Vancouver, 
has ^(irrived in thfe city to spend a, 
holiday with her parents. J^r. antl 
Mrs. W. Wilson, Fort street. 



_ agents. 

" •■ * ■*,. ■ ■•, ' ■ 
Among Vancouver vlsltori '<»twr 
spent the week cpd , Iri tOTils were 
Messrs, A. Sv KnHthtf H.4>r, Rich, B. 
N. Rich. S. J, M'ttherspoon. George H. 
Snow, Mr_and Mrs. Frank" Hoy. alias. 



Mr. .1. Mack ay of tVinnipeg left last 
night on tjhc Charmer for Vancouver 
-,^ter speudinip a cou{>le,M-das:» ill IW? 
city. . 

.♦•♦,,■. 
Mr. and Mrs. £>. -McKay Frost left 
ycKterda-y via the NoHiv Coast Limited 
on a. trip. to New' york\ and other 
Eastern points. 



Madame Rusee!! 

Will remove on June 30 from David 
ypencer. Ltd., building, tb • ^, - 
) T15~CJrtirtney street. ~ 



. I .' ..... ',' : - i I ' ' ' t'c ■ aho' 

\aliialii<' opportiniit.v . for liv^'estment 

.vn,,ti !. tir-.-sl-ntOil ll\- till' oil I'l'ill- 



\''lopinent eniiiimni- |...s,.«fs.«"s .'t tne 
Katalla, Alaska, oil fields, ap|dy to 
.Viild. (}wln & McCIarty. .MS llaatings 
^lIl.•et, West, Vancouver. , 



Miss Laura Sinclair and i^liss LHa 
Wintcrmute of New Westminster are 
visiting in this city with Mrs.'qaioroas 
Walaon, pandora aveniie. . " 



.-,*.,; 



yoa rjB ago 

•— ' — . ■■• ■ . , ■'•. • ♦ •♦^ 

Mr. and^JJxac Henry Smart, Mls« 

Stnart, Mr. and Mrs. H. Stevens, Mr. 
AiVilffed and Mr. Johnsoit. w)i<> came 
over from Seattle ott' Saturday for the* 
week end. left for Duncan today for 
a vi^it of several weeks 



a very enjoyald 



from 
oston, M.ass.. who have been visiting 
In -Victoria, have gone to'Cowlchan 
Bay. where they will spend a J"' 

weeks.-' ' !.■■ .•' :, „ : ; :■■ ■ ;' 

, ' ■'■., ; .ii f '■ " . -* ' i *' ;* ' . ' ,- - 



Mr.^and Mrs. Fnrqtihar Macrae and' 
their small . daughter -Betty" have ■ 
l»e<'n ftfr some days past the. Quests 
of Mrs, Brymner, ••Breezekurst," Xewi 
Westminster. , ; 

'JlTOr^cede, manager for Mrs. Hskc, 
renow?(pold acquaintance."! In A'jc- 
torla yesterday. Mr. PeRde, wjio is a 
Harvard graduate is one df th> mo^f 
E0Puiat._at--JBi«w^jM»uafj|i:i<, .tj^trlcai 



V 



Norma Hoy_a5id Mr. "SVAM. drad-^in. 

♦•*-■*•. .\;. /]' . 

The charming trip to Ssha'whigan la 
being taken on the Princess .May by 
a party of well known Victorians. The 
party consists of Mr. ("Thanon, Mrs. 
Betterton^ Miss Cha,r!otte Bettertbn. 
Mrs. N. W. Henderson and her son, 
Marshall Hehdei*SOn» accompanied by 

Aubrey Jone."«. '' • 

• ■■*. .■• ?'i . 

.Mr. ana -Mttt J6«. TTduJlit, ^iWlnnl- 
p?TfrrT?i"er vl8lt.| ng Mr. Stewart for a 
short tinSe. __iyir. Young has purchased 
H fruit ranch-<jf eighty acres in British 
Culuuiliia, and will turn- liis attention 



Thjc Misses Tolmie, haye^Ronc to Mf 
Rainier to visit the spot-wtfevtr-ttt c i r j („ it -and give up tlie eVniKration busi"- 
i>«>r-Div^>lmte-made t h e a s c entr^^i ire-ssTwhich Tie TTas been "emplojed at 




emcmbcr 



Tor 



K,?member that the careful.buyer, 
wanting a sure return for his 

nioney, always comes here 
hi? ciotliesj , ' 

REMEMBER rlu- rcputalion <iiir <^()i>d 
clotl^' ';,. \i t^-iincd lof tus and tlic sylcfidic-l. 



( t 



. !■ f iT-t Pa ilorittg'- roif .n r c ^lirc 
\ Mil buv here! 



i^cttint; 

REMEMBER llic siiowing: of all the dif 
fcrcut styles ct 
terns" y:aiifititl > 

innl^c^FseTcrfinii ! 



for a number of yens. 

Tlie ftev. C. W. Winch, of .\delalde, 
Soutlj Australia, arrived in Victoria 
last Tueifday, accompanied by ' 
three sisters. Mr. Winch will tal 
■no'rk in the. diocese of, Columljia :; 
inetinittent of Cowiehan during th»ii 
.stay ill the city the party are the 
guests of their cousin, Mr. M. S. 
Wheatley. " 

* . • * 

"Sir. A. l,^. i'. i''ranc-is, vi<'o-eonsul for 
wi'toria. of the I'rcnch Republic, hasj 
lift on a trip to Toronto and ot)iei- 
t abtern cities. Just prior to hia d* - 
parture lie received advice from thcj 
otTicer conlnianding i lie French cruiser 
Mont'.alni, whicli hatl liecn expected 
to visit Ksquimalt shortly, to the ef- 
leet. tiiat iier British .ColunihiH call 
li.ul been caneolled, for the present at 

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Furnishings 




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Uark to the, demands of autumn, soon tiporitts. now ! With Fnll, house renovatinp: 
tiiiio comes, the necessity=j£iE-_Jiew eurtains, portieres and draperies. ' "^I'ou will need 
these ready for the socia'!. season, Avhcii \oii will not only spend more lime indoors your- 
self, hut will have more .cfuests to jiraise or erilicize 3'o'ur'h6mc, as the ease may, he., 
i.^ pleasurable to have an artistic home, aiul it is t^asN'nTinllk'cit^^^ nowad.ixs. The win- 
do~w=; should bdlt^ie first consideration. 

W'c know that \\-e have the ehoiccst L;irc Curtains thai can he had and that the 
vaiicu oulcsirable ne'vv kinds is ilic niosl e.vtensiveevei-- shown ni \ icioria, and prices 
tjjc -niallest for f|uaTit}' al ilic>e .\<i^ust reductions. \\ f nuote a few from the many: 



Heavy Net Curtains, Arab Shade 

lvej;iil,ir price per pair, $7.00. 
i$ne. ... .$5.50 



White Nottingham Lace 
Curtains 



Rcsnlar price per pair, Sy.z^. 

^'ilo ■ " ■■■■:''-'--■ 

vaLIV ■■■•■■ >•■•••• «•••••<> 

Regular price per pair, $9.50. 
— Sale 



$5.75 
$6.75 



Barret Flexible Curtain Rods 
Half Price 



\ards lon}4. 

Sale . .'. .. . . 
J'-j yards Icuij,;-, 
)^ale 



Kc^'ular price, pair 



l\e,L;nlar price 



p.air. I iCK'. 

. 70c> 



^ vards long. Regular jirices, pair, Si.3e). _.. 
' and $i.6!;.-^Sale $1.15 - 



.1 .' 



vard> 



long. 



Regtrlar price, pair. ^'i./S- 

C"^. «p.l.o«> 

Regular price, ii.air, Sj._'5 

.. . .; . .;_..„•■•..;..•■ »pA.OO 



Sale . . . . v-r 
^"^ yards long. 

O ci I C • • * _ • _ • _ •.^ * 

,^r< yards i<1ng. Regular priceTTtai-rJ^-j-.so 



Sab 



$1.90 



Dross Goods and Dres»- 
making a .specialty, A 
large and expert staff. 



Thomson's 
ting Corsets. 



Gl0v« Fit- 




1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



Latest Ideas in High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 
Morley's Hosiery. 
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear, 



These Two Brands are MIGHTY 

ENERGIZERS 



They Stimulate, Nourish and Sustain 



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John 
Marv 

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j At tlie St, Aiidnw s Vv 
I nianse last evening the Re\ 
play united in niarrlap'^ 
M'.eorge Sommer\ilIe and 

l{i-\;ec Walters, The' groinn 
I known lu l>unc'aiy'9 'whqrlS lu -^ 

.-:idrd i'l.T i^ioiic tiini', anil tllfi'^l.jiide, ...M'-. 

i-ivi'd .\ •■.':il'-i-da;. Irniii .■Vllria; Scotlatjd. 

After a lione\ niomf spent in this e.ity 

tlif, hai'Pv couple will take up their 



nid the .handsome -pat- 

■ I f'HM -wbi^' li N ■ " 1 1 c : m 



-' ■; RE;M EM B ER 1 i 1 a ; o n r $15, $20- ■ < r 
$:50Snii -, ..nr$l(f, $20 - m- $25 < » " - ,is, 
Miir $-.1, $G ■■'- $S Tnj^u.scr^ aj- i-- 'luphcat- 
e d- a-n y whvTc ti i 1 1 le : 



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ALLEN & CO. 



FIT-REFORM 



The H'Oine of Good Outfitting 
iiOi GGWE.KNMENr SIKH hi 



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(ni, Wednesda.v I's^i-niuK WuFrnsit .'Tth, 
al the residerk'c ff Mr. and Airs. W. 
.1 I 'lark, Richmond I'oaii; -Mr. D.iny 
'I'odd and -VIlsH Nonnanda Tail t)thh\A 
iit.\ were united in niarrloKe- li/ the 
Xlfv.. Or. Reid. The brltle'waa attend- 
ed by Miss Annie Holmes, t^nd . .Mr. 
.lameBBTttlt, l>rt)t-her of the bridP^'keted 
as best man. 'After the ceretnony a 
large gathering of friends sat down ^^v 
a HiimptuouB repast. The happy eouple 
left amid shdwcra of rice for \'an- 
eouver and fi" honeymoon trip around 
the Sound cities. On their return to 
Victoria Mr. and Mrs, Totld will take 
up their resldfstino on Caledoni.-i 




To Be Had At All Reputable Bars, 

Hotels and Clubs 



R. P. RITHET A CO., LTD. 



Sole Agents and Distributors 



.Mr !;.• ' one fif' the jiarty ■w^ho.ac 
<,4.Hrvi+rti)i.'d hy thrctv., rnpfe.sonta4tV«i- 
of llif Hriti.sh I'.olumlila press, left 
\;ni(OUvrT,^on tlie 211th Inst, to in.ipect 
thn oil properties of tlie AnmlKaiimtfd 
1 ►e\ f'lopmeiit Oonil-)an>', at the Katalla, 
Alaska, oil field."*, .sent a wire yester- 
day, to A. F. (twin, of Auld, Owin & 
.Mei'larl.N-, anniuiiifinK that wel|»^.|ium 
hers one, two ajwl three oji the eom 
pany's proi>erty were even lielter than 
had heiMi i.-epr6sen._ted. 



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ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY 




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VICTOMA DAILY <X)LONIST 



Tu«Mt«yt AufiittHii iliac 



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W'c have a Complete Sto^k of 

BRITISH AND CANADIAN 

/ ENSIGNS 

UNION JACKS. BUNTING,, etc. 

LAUNCH FLAG POLES. SOCKETS AND 

HALLIAl^DS 

E. B. Marvin & Co. 

... ' 1202 Wharf Street 



T-h-e-S-h4ochaadi£ii_.. 



NEW^ OF TH E CITY 

JuvtniU Good Tcmplura 

Thp weekly rnftetinirs «' tlip Con- 
(lueror Juv<>nilo Temple .N''>. 7 svill ff- 
Dpeii on Wednesday evening:, August 
3rd, at ' p.m., at tlie Soltiiers' and 
Sailors' llonii', IWiinimalt, \vh«"n 11 Is 
hoped all mombers will attend. The 

liinniial picnic will take plate al t'nd- 
boro Bay on Satnrdpiy, Aujrust 13th, 

j when a mcsi enjo.valde tini(; is anlicl- 

j pated. 

Mrs. Fi»ke at the Victoria 

I Mrs~'i'''is'kf di>M\ rt \ ery large )v>n<e 
(at Uh: X'li'toria Theatre. Ih.«i.' nifrlU, 
i when, ii«8l»teri by an able I'vmpnny <>( 
'■ pln,^■eI•K, .she presented '■Rei.-k.v Sliarii." 
; Mr.s. Fiski- U in a elasf l>y herwelf, 
hlthmiKh she has Iniit^Kn-j^. who In- 
; \ariabiy fall lai' short" of hpr._excep- 
, tlonal hlstrloiih,- powe.r.«. Her dellnea- 
i Hon at. TlwcJixtrav > firetit^ adventnre,».H 
i was W^ry effecthe and she reo«ived the 
I well-earned applan.se .of tlie very rep- 
resentative 'audience jwhloVf ' asSAmWl'^d 
til hour her. , , . - 



T/HE WEATHER 

Meteorological office. Victoria, H. C 
iil-.A. p^-in... Ajj«usl._L-. IP 1 •f ; 
.SVNOP.'^IS. 
The barometer rpnuiin.H htRh iWons 
the coast and witii tlie cxoepllop of rain, 
iiloriK the .Vorihern 'BrTfish Columbia 
coast the weather remains l^ir thruoKh- 
out the Paclfle slope.' Thunderstorms 
are rpp'orte<l in the prairie pro\'Jnces. 
TKMPKltATIItl':.' 

Mhi, 




Edition de. Luxi Is Ready 



, TITlotpria 

I \'ani;oii\er •..) ,'■•,-.■ 

I New AA'estmlilis.ter . • 
' Kani loops .,,..'.,. . . • . 
;4.tarkeivlTTe -i . . . /''' ■ 
j Frinee Riyjert 

1 i>aM'»on. Y..,.'JX._J,._. . 

I Civlgary. Altn. 

I WInliilpeg, Man 

Portland,' Ore. , ., , . . 

fejin' l-'ranclsoo,^ Cril 

_ . ■' "FORKCAbia... 
Ji'or 21 hoiTrs fiom 5 a." 



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67 

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mr^CPactfie 



Your 1st of the Month 
Order - — — ^ 



Tini caimQt_ gu a;>,vray 
wrJcr here. I'Vo tnpi 
woflH voTir ctMij^i' 



111 piacini; \iun' iir>i <m nn. uo'iiih 
ivory and I<')\v' prices Af e fc^Tnrc^ wcH 
1. ~ L;c i u s ti l i-a-ii ■' ■'' > 



PIQNICMAMS 

14-lb. box' ........;..... . • • • 

i.ARGlTTKSTKl) EGGS, per (Bzen 

t't^T'OX'S riC KlJ-'.S. :; bottlcA rrvvrrr. ...... ■ ■ 

] F.LLV ['OW DKRv^. 4 packcfs for- . . . . . ^> 

KlXl^ST CIiVrj:)K TlrA. pcrlb;. 35c ,or 3Jb!5..ifir. 
(VRANl'LAT)KI.) Sl'GAR. per .sack. S1.30 and . . . . . 
i^khsERNlXG ATRICOTS. per ci-atc 

(^,Ri-:i' x wwLXi'TS. i>tT 100 — ; 



ISc 
#1.00 

.S4.50 
30 r 

. ..2r>r 

Jtii.oo 

SI. 15 
?)Oo 



An edition de luxe If the nue.restU'if^ TlTneJ_ Tuegrinyi..: . -~.*x-. . ' ■ 7 
and Informative brocHure on the Otime.. Fyictt[ria and VklnlJty.S Mertierate 
Fi.shes of Brlti.shyiijumbia', preparert-j-ffesli. 
by— Bf-truty Conin)}.s.siuner J, P. B;rt)- 
eock and translated' into G-emian for 
di}<tribution at th.- ViJiimi Sport»m,en:s 
Show, htts been lssu,e d by the King'Ji 
Printer and eoples are belli g. dcsj- 
lafltched, wllh the complinients of th 
loeul goveniment (through usual nf 



tioial channels)' ttr-lI.l.M. the Emperor 
of Au-strla, the Austrian ambassadors 
at London atid at W.aHhlngitoTi. and 
fount von Pleesen. A recent -letter 
fi-om Mr. ^\;J^^burlori J^ike, whd "Tftiis 
Hritlsli~F''~61"uiriTniH'8~' c'orfntilssloBer" ''frt-r 
•TtTT^gftynrtimv^tit^a-Sk ow . cont a ins . .l.h -i: '"■ 
terestlng iiHSjuitCon that the fni. 
I.andgravo of Hesse Is. coming to liiii- 
ish Oolunibla very shortly \<ith a 
.shooting: party, this being « Hrst^prac- 
tlcai demonstration of the utility of 
the province's' repivxentatlon at Vieir^ 
[na. TheJLaJl'JSTave is a power In Etir- 



10, 
windf, mostly 'i^feBterl.v an.l j 
southeiply, soAeraHy i'air, ^stationary ori 
leniperiuur e. >_ - 

Lower Wainlami: IjRht to m'oa«r»t' 
winds, generally. :falr, at»tiorial'y . "' j 
higher tcmpfrature, j 

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August|Specials 



DRfeSS 
GOODS 



[•"or one \v cek we ar" ntYeilnK 
tnnoy tweeds, plald.s .and hiRtres, 
reRular -{Oc and ".Oc po'od.s f'y 
(.er .varrtTr:":-.' i..25c 

|)uriiig August \s !■ .shall con- 
tinue to sell all Wji^te l)loa>ieH at 

R rea ttr TrmrrnrriTTces. 

Sample ■i./'urtaln end.s— ^a nmit^ 
ed citiaytily at enrh 250 and 35g 



G. A. Richardson & Co. 



Victoria Houte 



636 Yattt St. 



JCiiKlisli liall-markccl, ill tho follow iii^;. licaiililui dosigiis: ' 

George IV., Empire, Queen Anne, 
Sheraton 

'I'hc.sc sfl'- can he dhlaincd in three or tour pieceViri hand- 
.sernc silk lined ca.scs. ' " ,. 

A Menu 11 It/1 tea size, tii.) I ry^ni ...... ., - . 8^30.00 

hull si/c/scts. lip I'ndii ,- ., :. — .^110.00 



REDFERN & SONS 

Vic/toria, B.C. 



Toog Government Street 







op. 

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ha.s won h).'» nam' 
)ortsmen of th' 



of 



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Me.in ■ 
SurishiU' 



Ai fun 

Sun.slilnc, 



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n i,nutOc. 



MON^tM-V. 



8 hour'*, 
.le-i ^ 



13 miuutc 



H.O,KIRKHAM, GROCER 

Corner Fort and Douglas Streets 



Phone 178 



™= MIKADO 
BAZAAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Ppeeial sale f'T H,:iiitj.Ki I'.lind. 
K\S, $1 jr.. and ^-n;'''' 5c. , 

{404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Ministors En Tour i 

I'n-iriicr Mcllride, Provincial Water' 
t'ommissioner W. S, Drewry, aufl Mr. j 
K. E. Billinghurst, representing th" 
Victoria Board of Trade, arc leaving 
today for Kamloop.«!, to be present at 
llULA>jieii.!.ae--l.amoiTo\y of the session 
of the Irrigation t'ongressr-aJl oT which 
Messrs. ■priwrv aiid Billinghurst ex- 
pect to attend, while Hon. Air. McBrlde 
will return to the Capital by Friday. 
In the Ji^lrst- MltUster's brifef ah.sence. 
tlie duties of Acting Premier will again 
devolve upon -Hon. Mr. Bowser, who 
returns today from IvKs I.illooet holi- 
day. Water Co.nimissloner L>rewr>' 
proce(?ds at the'closo of tlie Kaiiiloops 
convention, to East and West Koote- 
iiay and the Okanagan, official bu.siness 
retiuiriuR hini to spend some little 
lime, durins the eh^uJug few Aveel<«, 
tit Alkali Lake. There is to b* no 
further meeting of the Board of which 
he la chairman until "September U', for 
which date H meeting is convened nt 
K.o-.Mlle House, for adjudication upon 
ihr nialif. thts in \arl<>u>' Carl- 

Im.o .r.-il.' 



lliKtK'iut t.etiip.ernt ■■'■■^ j 
.Lowest temperature. -1,' 
Moan t»i»f»awi.lur«r--ti 1.1 
Total precipitation for the nioRth. ,tn ; 
inch : Rverafre-anTiTant, ".M Inches; brtiifHt | 
sunshine, 3ril hours,. 18 minutes; m*an ; 
j dalTv^ proportion. I'.T': •■opst.int -!:; 
[ .'•Irine- being 1. ) 

t . Mr. .-P-etch- S ings.. , 

Washington Quartette, whhh has 

, 1.,.. I, iippcaring at the Romano theatre 
for the past week have secured the 

[ services of a l^cai boy as first bass 
in tlieT'eFsoii of JnrrT.rne*! Petch...wrll 
known In local musical circles. Since 
.Mr. Petch Joined thls^tiuartette a rte- 

' cldcd intprovemoiit has been noticeable, 
and th'ir rendition Ui^t evening "f the 
famous "Sailors I'borua" and the.eji- 
eore "The Silvery \loon'' w4b receii^d 
with marked apvjrerlation by a lar«<> 
avidlenoe. Mr. Petch will remain with 
this quartette durjng this engage- 
m'.i:i * 

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Replenish your hou8o!»old Linens, 
<(uiHs,. towclp, blankets, . comforters, 
from our large n*iw' stock, of these 
goods all inarkwi kt riur isoimlai- cash 
jjri'-es. We can sa^e you moniiy — Rob- 
in<i'i'.i'.~ Casli Store, til- Vat<»s street. . 



If It's for 

the Office 

We Have 

It 



AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN 



We have for sale al a Ihirgaiii, (Jne Special P.nik 13 to 
JO ll.M-se.rower Cloinenl Talbot 2-Scater. fitted np complete 
with 'J'op, -He&tl-Lamps, 'Side and Tail-Eatups. iMagnclo and 
■I ecu m ill a tor Igntt^wftr-fipargc ■ T ir e and -Rin\r ^.'tW-si-^.a4^wa*- 
ppcciall V built for B. C. /oads. a nd cost over ^4,ooo> now $1,500, 
,ir unit cxciTahge fo^-^^al Estate. ...,,",: 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. oppo.ita spencer'. Victoria, B. C. 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY. LTD. 

Phone 730 



721 



Yates bt. 



Tabic Silver 

Grace, beiuty and quality 

art all combined in 

silvtr articles 

marktd 

I847R0GERS BROS 



midt in Iht ht»ritil gradt of (n>lt 

plitt. Mmy designs lo chooiir 

Iron in Itlis renowned 

"Siibtr yiait thai Weari ' 

Silvit tnys. howls, lej sti}, 

dc, ihould ilwiis btjr 

lilt m»rk 

'MERIDEN BRITJ5 CO. 




W'holeBalc and 
Retail 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 

Lumber 
Mills 
Fool of 
Turner Street 
Victoria, B.C. 



Lumber 
Lath 
Shingles 
Bill Stuff 



and manufacturers of all kl.'-.ds or 
Sash, Factory and Planing Mill 
Goods. 



I lie: 1 uroi 
The Safest . 



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Xo l)ui>ty CaTTs 



BOTTLED MILK 



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ni liu- 



Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 



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i'inc>l lee-vieaill. CrcaiU, 

Milk P.iittofmilk and Butter 



I'lionc I 



^44 



Latest Importations From China 

Ladlea' and Oents' kUIc underwear. 
Bofl warm, neat and llglit: gents' oy- 
J»nia« in beautiful stripped Bilk. 'J'h« 
newest ntyles of lieauliful embroidered 
»llk klmona3. Nolhlnji more beautiful. 
Th<» lovollQSt allk embroidered dovUea 
tver slio'wn. 

QUOHO MAW TWO »c CO, 
P, O. Box 98. 1'"!' Gir. «r iKiiC'U .--t 



IlieJarolQualiiy 



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Our 



Ice Cream 

Absolutely Pure 

Cream and Fruit Juices Only 



.\ rieh and 

\ ilclienHis 
(iamtv. 

Walnut P. 



nntnlii m-- i< > 
warm vveati 



i.;<ine 



and- .\1; 




Any Flavor to Order 

619 l-'oi t Street 



Reppria-.A<^ Gratifying 

1; : lur.ta. atom- the, P.tttVilxua»' ; -. 

. ' '.(mmissloner. .Mr. K!'V\' 
j Websjcr, cnntlnue to. be or ;i in'.st 
j Rratit> inp nature, and itith rejrard, to 
' Ihir^exhibit made at the Pran'don K\- ' 
i hiidtion recently it is noted in a r' - 
I cent (•oniniuiiiratlon fn>in the t'oni- I 
; nilssioiier to the t>e|>artiTH-itt of Atrrl- 
Tcultun- that '.there ;ft;as a constant- 
j sirv?ant "f ■attenda.nce'-to see the Br1t- 
j ish (.'olumbia displa.N."" ,The exhibit 
I'was shown in the Uominioi. btillding 
In company with others from, the T)o- 
j minion Forestry Branch and the E.\- 
perlmental Farms, together with local 
1 displitvs of vegetables and fruits. The 
I directors an<l jnanagemenl are endeav - 
ioring to etsalillsh a permanent exhibit 
' in the Dmnlninn FiiiMiMuK on the 
i: rounds, to c<»ntaln adc.niate repre- 
•-ntatlon of the natural H*Mourc«M of 
the several pro\ imei", and it la intend- j 
. d that the provincl.il governments 1 
throughout, f'anadn shall bi< approach- j 
•ed with a view to securing- theff co- ! 
"pcratlou and assistance 

:ir-ctl'<in. ' ' - 

BIG FLOWER SHOW 

HERE NEXT WEEK 



Sp'te of Dry Season Exculiil £■ 
pccted to be Record for This 

City 



-Trtttcrs-: — W*' -«»«*f"n-li-ai.Hi.: 
75c cop^■rifrht i-.ovrls 
five for ' 

lioncrv ■ ' tr.i:!' 

« — 

Daylight Service to Seattle }i^ r.. 
Irtxiuois, leading: '^ a.^tn. dailj, excr 
Sunda.v. from Vlctori ■ f' ^ ' <■ '• •■ '■ 
next i^ost ■ office. 



FOR 



'"^ii tiOME t^o' ^n !■'■'* ! 



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Y.M. C. A. 

temporary Quarters, 1209 Blanchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

]-lr . ' ■ -1 I ''rone Rooms — Hot' and Cold Siiowcr Baths — 
Men b and Uoy's Summer Camps=-Summer INleinbcrship 

50C per month 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD.HOME ___ 

V figure and otr^aiiy tcrma see new six-room houso,' j;ituatot|,on 
,..-,..1' ,>...:,.. |.".)i.t 'i^ir.->i.(T' ('"ucreti" foiinilrttlon, douhl€> floor 'and 

<»nlenct;.«!, etc. 

MOORE & VVHITTINGTON. 865 Yates SI. 



l,>.;nil' 



u.-nl'-Ts and 



"""Gingham Underskirts Underpriced — 
striped K'nghnm underskirts in black 
and white als^)=4FH cohu-s. Hncf.iMl pric 
ttc cich — RoblnsVjtr- 
Vates^street. 

New supply of funeral numbers of 
tlxe Sphere, Illustrated London News 
arid Graphic, just received by the Vic- j 
torla Book' and Stationery Co. I-td. j 
These are ail out of print in England ! 
now. 



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i l,\i,iil:.r 

■' 'J. I. srrr.\ 1 i-.l> 

Fort George 



tttmber. Ham, Doors, aid »U «a»<l» •« ■oUdln* ICaUrUI. f to 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



Mill 



Uxiited XilaklUtr. 
Offle. and rurO*: IIH Govarnm«nt St. P. O. 



Box «il. TelephotSB 5»4 



the townsite. 




J C :- 



seen 



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When the diKCstion is all riglB. "the 
. tinn-oflhc bowels regitltar.' there Is a 
iiturnl cravlnir,. and rell.ih for iaoA 
When this Is IttckiOK you may know.' 
that vi>u need ii dose of t.'hnml)e rlatn's 
SlonuK li und l.lver Tablets. - They 
strengthen the (Ueestive organ», Im.- 
provi' the appetite and regulate the 
'..■•/!•■ ---'ii '■■■ :tn dealers. • • 



The ,bia annual 11o\|Vr^- .snov.- wi:l,hc| 

leld in tne Urili 1-lali riiixt -Aveek a,ntl ^ 

a spite ot the cx.treme'iy dry season I 

I is vxpectcd that there will be u i 

^lilendld .•ihowing of summer tlowcrs. I 

, < •)• course .sweet pea.-? will be One ot' i 

; the features. A number of o.^w- var- 

I letics hfive been Imported this year; | 

i und these will be on exhibition, tiev- j 

j enil Victorians hiive paid as hiurh as ! 

hall a crown for tlye or six seeds. 
I I'rom these they wUI get enough goyd 
Mooms to exluolt, and will save sijf- 
icient seed to hstve pl<?niy for next 
: ; I'lw. A few of those who are In Hhc 
j iiijuii '>i cxhifutlng and who. kfok for- 
i wtird to winning pi-izes this year have 
i<ut up shadtrs so that the blooms may 
1 i>.' in perfect condition, not spoiled b.v 
j cither wind or sun. Some ot the var- 
ieties fade very ■■■'■'"^ m ;i.>n" exjMjsed 
I to- the hot sun. )viMted ,l»*.-j, 

I carefiil shading. ' '■ 

! Gardenlhg at this lime of the year ' 
lis very expen'-iv. lo thtjse who have 
i large grouu'i number of ptHttdi.: 

i piiy the wat' ; :i.. a good U,!2tui.-tmHJ:e- 
■"thfLri tTTcnty dollars" a. momh. wnd 
thiiik Jiiey ure getting good-Aalue for 
thefi- money. Water must be used 
freely at thi.s time ot year, especlall.v 
on a (}ry season likelTtls, if the bes^ 
results a'r<.- to he obtnlind R.'irul;ir 

r nttlt r h l n g is a lso doi^' r 



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Quari 

Hah' tial.lou.s . . " ' 

For Sale by All Leading 
Grocers 



.Next Sundaj^" on her tt|-ip am'rtnf the 

I housHiid r!»ltind, the steaiiVcr .IroquoX'? 

, will .stop i hoiirs. at (ranges harbor^. 

; IMcnic. partiry3,..CHn bring tb^-ir baskets 

i;iir<l funch (inder thiS'trGt-- '■■ 

i tlilv ,pcctt>'- nooks near • 

I 'I'ltke V. & S. train, leaving Vluloria 
it '?.'45 n. m. ^ - . . 



A Smart 

Hand 

Bag 



( ,ivc 

Style ;w .\ 
Man\ ehnir, 
]>artieiii 



nni^inng Umch 



a(l\ 



ii earrv iiiLi,.i 



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MT. TOLMIE 

Sand Ei Cravel 



Scrcfii'd nf'd Graded 



Ernest Brammer 



T< 



Tin: 



( M 1 i< e ' '.14 iH_)i-l 



The fli-fst material to use for 
all kinds of concrete and 
building work 
;e8 made to any part^of 
city In any quantity- 
Get our prices 



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ii> niaieh ' 

( )fhrr> I 'I' 

. tlie'neu 



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VCI' 



MESH 

Plate 



BAGS 



Oxydi 



jiCi.l 



the Jlovvers growlnfe. 

The Drill Kail Is an idrnl place tor 
showing (Ibrv-ers. There is plenty of 
room forj^he exhibits, be they as many 
W» thev may. and tlinfe Is also .room- 
furlough for the visitors who wish to- 
thorn. The rose show was much too 
x'powded on the evening of the show, 
tint In tlie prllV Hslll , tliorc w 111 be 
'■■' • "ryonf, . 



Headache 



Rernedy 

Pfjwders." 



«A> 



.McOhuv's famous .St"rl lt;int;"S and 
Healing Stoves at Clarke ft, Pearson'^ 
una Wharf Street. m ; r • i, m,,, 
Street. Victoria. 

Daylight Service to Seattlr 
triMiiioisi U'«vii).«r » n. m.^Mlaii .1 

■Rirmiav: ■rrf5TiV-V'1rtr.rtJt--I:>f.«'-k 1 . . .. 1 

next roM' cTrnjEf,'" • 



The Best 
:■< 'Mathlpi: 
(^•rvn*)*!.- and ..■'... . !-'■' ..-'1 cr<^ate.^a_ 
1 ibit. .S*!iihl by .dealers, , box -of iS pow- 
let's 'jr>c. If v.oiirs cHnrint Sui)ply you. 
liiK'- i"r inim'.rli;iti' iis--c .i«>me «»► oalleil 
"io:.<l ."' "■'■'•'•^article" iiMt h<")><i uh- iU'' 
.li'iM' maTr"'y 

.in-'M i..i.< .:.'iir:heaU ....;:,.:.. A •:\.i: 
will convlrtce of tholr worth. J. I., 
;vi.,M>t'" '■'>'.. pjfob., SlierJjrooke, P. Q. 



Ki;iOI' t;t>()L by taking one of those 
delightful trips MmojiR the Gulf' Ist 
Iniids.. ,\\ 1 .Satiirdftys gnd 

Hi.intlHvs till Hiid aleamej 

IriVjii the rrnind 

trill) beautiful 



Tho Kmpire Typewriter iii-.;^-ihe 

cheaiyCRt jind host mat'hin'- of the day, 

Victoria Book & Station- "'it- i 

cd, BStentft. ■ ^! 

Voice Production pud Sinqing, 

I'aul Kdmomls. baritone vocmHsI ami j 
professor of singing from London, 1 
lOnglasid (princlpai baritone with Mad-; 
n,mQ..:t,6irii/.-/,\n[ on her F.ritlSh Unir, 
'(ftC'f'i i;.-rlvfs in' Victoria on'or about 
\ii«usf ir>th and will art ept pupils for 
\»i,c^ priniuotion and singing. Further 
prtrtliularH will be duly advertised. . • 

Si ■ 11 Amalgamated Dpveloptrtent 
("u.,, can -he purchased by holders of 
N.I) I hern ttn and intfniallonul (>i! 
certiTh-ateH 'if exthange for $1.00 per 
Khartr. (Jthers can bu.v nt Jli.OO per 
share, par value Jl.iiO .Vpp!> t" .V.nld, 
G win A Mc<1arl > . ftl S Hastings street, 
Wcsl, \'«l»eon\ er. * 



cxcec<linjjly fa.sl,i 
ionahlc and deservedly so. 
as they" are '. (?.\ccp'tionan> 
(iressy aivl really serviceable. 

See our large variety, Al! 
the new designs-^also Ster- 
ling Silver and Bead Bags 
Prices Start at J^2.50 



For Your 
Eye's Sake! 



LtNEHAM SCOTT SAND 
AND GRAVEL CO. 

Office: 633 Yates St. 

PTronerr-Wgr.-'s lesldonce, 0133;- 
>,T:,in Offic.-'. C't: Pit.>4. r.-IS31. 




To Cc:)ntractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

We have In stock the foliowlni; 
Scotch steel Joists; 

ir..x5xi". 

r.x3xii. 
Immediate <!t.i:very or 8Ml5m«n» 
as de8iri»d. 



Ificloria Waciiifiery Depat" 



Ane>thcr Shipment of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Jti ■ 



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W. H. Wilkerson 



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I lie Jeweler 
GOVERNMENT 

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To Our Customers 



Wf. -Hrr: n.n^ 4Xi..«i»-il .(4.1. -Hill- .-t)lt-iel 

of Doug.-'- -""l Bay stre.'ets, wKere We 
will l»e-plea8ed to ret'elve^. deposits ni[id 
carry on a>gan«ral t.iuiUinu- imMlness 
as heretofore ffondi: ' ' t • 1;.: 

las Hi!''-'! 

THE CANADIAN -.BANK OF COM _ 

IMERCE 

I .\.mIIi \'lctorlu Branch I 

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JHtePAGE 

EYESIGHT SPECIALIST 

V. 0. Box 225 
Government St, Victoria 



Cm 1 " ''** 

111 ik.1 Vii/ 1 o 

1\) be had in large 

in large or small 

quantities 

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Harris & Smith 

12.?0 Broad Street 
'Phono Liai 



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^The Final Touchy 

ID the costiimc'l.-; a trim, 
well-kispl shoe. 

PACKARD'S 

Ladies' Special Black Drefsinff 

ran be. quickljt anddaintily applied, 

and i:;^rr!f»poliahinj;. Mukea all 
fine leathers nsw In appearance. 
The large proportion 
of oil preserves the 
leither, making 
It bcautifuland 
durable. 

tSt i Itlllt-*! til iMlMt'. 

Thtrf't a Packafd Dn.iH' 
Ing to suil tvtry hmiInK 

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The ("Hnadiiin Who's .Wlm, putdlsh^d 
'by the l.ondon Times, on snle at \i> - 

|. ',,."!;. H(>.i)i; fi. SliUlnliil'.N' t'o., l.imlti d. • 







Smoke has no 
effect upoiv 
Malthoid Roofia^ 

Sulphur fiinnet around imelting 

plants, cat up > metal root ia 
»hort order, and very ftw otlift 
materials can withstand the «• : 
tack. iMalthoid , Roofing dtJcs 
tlie busincssv Engineers «nd 
owners of property in districts 
ifFccted by these fumes will save 
money by looking carefully into 
the mericLi)!' MaUhoid. Write 
tor »rccial booklet. 

R. ANGUS 

Agent Wharf St., Victoria 

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Ladles' Hose 

' Silk and c^ton, all colors aind 
-fitkMernSr IH» Jft'oin.,. . " 

*^ per fair 

ParasolB in P^Dn*. 
cmton tq, go at 
price. 



Sunshades and 
gee. lln.eil aiHt 
loss 



thim TOSt 



Lee Dye & Co. 

Next t» Fire Hull 
Cormorant St VoA U1 Fort lit 






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VIGTORIA DAII.Y COLONIST 



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Man 





The thoughtful man is the most thoug-htless, that is he in- 
variably forgets the little things. Some very brainy business 
men arc, so forgetful that their wives have to tie a string 
around their little finger to reinind them to order things, such 




as 




Dinner Claret, Sherry, Port 

Wine or Whisky Needed 

for the Home 

Perhaps this little ad^ may help you to remember-these, or was 
", it Bottled Ale. Bottled Porter_pr...Mi"eral Water? 

PHONE US AND THEN YOU'LL GET THE ORDER 
OFF YOUR MIND. OUR DELIVERY SYSTEM 
4S PERFECT 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



MA'N SHAVING 

SEES TRAGEDY 



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(C»nttniu«d fromPagfe-l.) 



Tel^ 1974 



1337 Douglas Street Cor. Johnson 



Open 8 a. m. to lo p. m. 



put .on." Corrlgan lnvlte(t~lTlnT' to come 
out behind the barrack.s ami "luivo It 
out, now, with bare Hsla." It wiis tbon 
that Allan told Corrl run that lie ■ In- 
teniied to "e<^t Capt. EULilon." "lie 
hasn't treated me riKhl," Allan declared. 
"He did me an InJiisUce. I've got a 
bullet for hhn and U will Hnd Us 
billet." 

Allan was one of a riartj- wal'.ncd for 
fatigue work. Tho party had Insfruc- 
tions to whilowash tlie- walL-s of the 
landing on the first floor of the barrack- 
block, and after brcakfaAl, which wa.s 
finlHhod about 8:4.1 a. m.. Bombardier 
Corrlgan and C5unners Allan, ItelUy, 
Brown, O'Connor and atfolher gunner 
beK«i,> to prepare the staR-lTi!?^. .. It was a 
UHual thliii^ to joUb with Allan' about 
the .state of his nervek and CorrlKan 
told him he would havo him lip on the 
top of the staRiiiK, whereat the others 
laughed. .Some of the party went to 
the engineer's stores to draw irestles, 
Iilanklnif, etc., and Allan was left to 
mix tho whitewash. Corrlgan left hlhi 



window of th* company office dlrectlr 
oppoBite. Qr, Bryan, who aeema to have 

been aay.ed with terror by the thtnga 
he saw, watched the xf flection of Al- 
lan In his julrror Uurlng the murderer's 
vljfll at th«S Window. ■" The' muTdercr had 
prepared hlw rifle with a cartrldse and 
leaned It In Us. rack. When he aaw. 
Capt. EHiston 'Htep twit of the office 
door hu snalclieU/up the rifle and with 
the barrel resllrvl} on the sill took care- 
ful aim and (Ired, the 3U3 bullet from 
the Uoss rlllo passing throuifh the 
victlm'.s throat, eiiterln^j an inch below 
the lol'o "f t-'"^' '^^' ear and leaving 
about a Hlmilfir diKtance below the riffht 
a,ar, plercluK the jufculur. 

Gr. Bryan turned tVom the mirror In 
which he saw the traeeily reflmyied, and 
.Haw AITan throw down the rrrlo. He 
then followed tho murderer tO the land 



tary forcea. Offloara and ni«n want out 
through the aurroundlnfr country in alt 
direction*, some partlea bain* went 
acroaa the Paraou'a Bridge and Col wood, 
and a patrol w«i spread over the coun- 
tryelde that would have been difficult 
to penetrate. 

The Boldlera were determined to take 
the murderer, dead or alive. Had .he 
offered the allghieiSt resistance when 
found hlH life would not have been 
worth much, for tlie greatest resentment 
was felt; agfttnHt him. There wuh a 
hurrying to and fro of men with rlflea. 
and the hue and cry aroused tho dis- 
trict.. 

While thiH went on. Captain EUlstou 
was borne to the hoepltul, where Bur- 
geon-Major Hart had been making \\)s 
morning Inispeetlon. The doctor did all 
that human skill made poa.i^ble, but It 
was unavailing, "and Captain JCUl.ston 



Intr, and down the stairway, but did not succumbed shortly before ten o'clock. 



go outHlde the barracks. ''He looked 
ihrough.- one of tho frroiyid "floor wHi- 
dows- while Allan walk(;d' toward his 
victim, and saw hlrn M-ulk away. 

Wliy he. did not Kiv© the alarm la 
not known. Why he held back Informa- 
tion of what he had seen for nearly 
thrcR liour.s Is not known. 

__ — -1 Buspactad Tragady. 

Qr. .Corrlgan hoard the shot from the 



Fancy Table Covers 

In .Satin and Silks. Handsomely embroidered and 
fringed. They come in all colors, and prices range 
" . . from 

$1.00 Up -^ 

These are just the thing for the parlor table. 




510 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. & N- Depot 



Red Jacket 



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So Easy to Fix' 

""" Lift 



The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company. Limited 



victoria, U. C 



AK''nts 



It's the Crimp That Counts 




THE 0BZK7 ZV THS ZXVO Z8 TKX UTTHOTTVX VAST OT A 

Washboard-Eddy's "2 in I" and "3 in I" 

Are .so named because all the GOOD FE.\TURKS in the 
CRIMPING of the ZINC of all others are combined, conse- 
quently are the . • 

Most Improved and Up-to-Date 
They make washing ea.sy, and no torn clothes. TRY THEM. 
Also Eddy's Fibreware Tubs and Pails 
Made in one solid piece. No hoops to fall off. Cannot 
leak. W.ill not rust. Will not taint liquid.s. 

Are Light and Durable ' 

The E. B. EDDY COMPANY. LIMITED. HULL, CANADA 

"Always everywhere in Canada a sk for Eddy's Matches." 



— IMioto by tJco. Jl. Larrigan. 

THE LATE CAPTAIN PETER ELLISTON 



to do thl.s and went to a lavatory. 
Meanwhile Allan -vyent lnj:ol the barrack- 
room. The onlly occupantlof the rOom 
wblh Cit. Bryan. V'Ho stood uefore a mir- 
ror at the north|end, shiavloff. This' was 
a few miniitep Rfter fl o'cloek. 

Cftptalu Went to Office. 

Meanwhile t'apt. Elll.ston ti.id goine to 
tho company office. . It was part of the 
routine to .hold office there ut & n '■■ 
This was well known to Allan .In <■ 
mon with others. Allan lifl<l sccmUiKly 
anticipated thi.s.'nnd took up his poat at 
tho fourth window from the north end 
of tl^e harrackg, near his cot, from 
where ho could wfttch throtjgh, tho 




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Modern Methods 



nnd p.-ilnstaktn? rnro In rlnanlnx 
and pros.sInK inen'.i Barment.i give 
our i,vork the preference with the 
men of care Iri their dre.<i3. 

Cost.s no more than less .^RnTfuV 
work, Furwh"at' a. difference In re- 

BUlt.Sl V 



We'll fall for nnd deliver yonr l\ 
orders It you'll Hay the word. I 



VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS 

844 Fort St.', ~V, Phone 7l7 




POTATOES 



POTATOES 



The F'csl on the Market at Reasonatdc Prices 
I'cr 100 ll-,s. - - 91.25 

SYLVEStER POULTRY SIJPPLY HOUSE. 709 Yatca St. 



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Easy Selection 

From These 



500 ACCORDIONS JUST 
RECEIVED DIRECT 
: FROM GERMANY 



\Vc have.just'UnpackS'il. an 
cxct^ptinnally fine- a.'*.si:'rt- 
mciit of Accordions. Th.cse 
liave been imported by us 
direct from the most rcnnwn- 
od German mahuraetliffi^fS, in 
many pleasing sl5des'.T>eau.ii- 
fu!-ih- tone -and appearance. 
Come in and lt>t us-show you 
them. Prices "^faUt^'e from 
?2.00 to ,^25.00i 



Fletcher Bros. 

1 23 1 Government Street. ,^ 
Phone 885 ' ' 



lavatory and^Hsumed at ••-.■. hecausa 
of the threats'^ho heard m ihc early 
mo^nlnp-"— three nSyrs before — that Al- 
lani.hQd killed CaptKEHIston. . . 

• The victim, had w-aliN-d ffom'lhe com- 
pany office for some few yards when 
the shot was llred. He was seen by Br. 
tJale, ,,,who, frfno H.^. canteen window, 
saw tlie offices in put IUh hand 

'" his; necW ..iiiiii . ..;. writer. TliT»» he 

■ ned and rushed npalnst the door of 
:..■.! company storeroom. Seeinlngly lie 
w-a.s seeking cover fearlns a second 
bullet. He plunged against the door 
and stiimblod and' Serjeant Major Askey, 
yi'ho was In the quartermaster stores 
oWfco, and SerRt. Major Farley from 
the company: office,, ran to- his assist- 
ance. Rer'gt. Major Askey assLsited the 
badly wounded officer toward tho hospi- 
tal, but hn succumbed after going four 
or five yards. 

. , "W^ho shot you, sir', 1 . I ^vtki. 
Major Ashey, 

Capt. EUistOT) <1M not p\>c:xk- II ■ 
feebly waved hl.s hand over his aliouldflr 
as thouBh "to point towarS the barrack. 
Askey sent word to the Iiosplt.il, nnd 
to Col. Peters. Meanwhile Allan Walked 
across to the Utile ^roup Kathering 
about the fallen officer and looked at 
him. He .«itood for a moment or two. 
then turned ^and walked toward the 
cricket Kround. Xono of those gathered 
about Capt. Elllslon were aware that 
the murderer wa.s Htnnding with them. 
■j Tt WHS not until Allan's rif.le whs found 
I ton or flfteon minutes afterward wMth 
j ah .empty cnrtrldgo in It that they had 
I knojyloijj^ (jf the rtiurdon>r. He had 
'meanwhile walked away, and ' when 
croHsin/ir tho cricket ground met I.anco 
Curp. Wiley, R. G. K. Many had heard 
I he shot and were running toward the 
.scene, and thin attraoted Wlley'.s atten- 
tion. 

"■Wh;it'>» tlie tnntter?" nwked Wiley. 
"(laplMln Klljwton— ltft« — l..ee.(t — B hoti " ■- An- 
swered Allan. 

."Who shot him?" asked Wlle\. Allan 
did not "answer. He «taried to run. 
Xearing the roadway he sloppeil. and 
.started to walk, pa.=!Klng out of the gate, 
past the guard. 

Many Bearohlng' Partias 

Colonel Peter.s took Immrdlnte 8tep.«! to 
cnptui'e the murderer n« kooii hk the 
tragedy wn,-* reported He ordered guiird.s 
placed at all the giiteK. and search partl^n 
were hurriedly sent, out. each man arm- 
ed with a Ito«« rifle and carrying linll 
HmmunUlon.- Telephone nieHsages were 
sent to the city and provincial police, 
and ufflccr.s. Incljidlng ilie two mounted 
conslableB, w«re sent to as."!ilst the mill- 



He was conscious when brought In, and 
when a brother orricer eriter<?d the hD.s- 
pltal, he said "Good morning," feebly. 
.Soon after he became delirious,., re- 
maining so until death' lnter\ene<l. He 
did not know wlio killed him. 
At St. Oaorffa'a Znn 

The murderer, while ills victim iuy 
dying In ttie ho.-Hpltal, hurried up Head 
street and through the furze to the Ht. 
George's Inn, He went to the bar, and 
Mrs, Griffiths,, the proprletresa, wu.'» at 
work In the absence of the bartender, F, 
Fellow, who wa« at breakf.iat. He n.sk- 
ed for brandy, "and took a long drink 
when the bottle was given him. He felt 
in his pockets for money to pay, hut 
seemingly had none. He w.-is known 10 
tho proprietresH, and was not aHked for 
paynifint. He left tho bar and went to 
the reading, room, where l)nrtender Pel-- 
low want to him. and found him lying on 
a lounge. Allan bad his working over- 
alls on, and Pollow, thinking ho liad 
"broken barracks," told him ho had bet- 
ter leave, "What's the matter wU.h you, 
Paddy?" asked Pellow. Allan replied 
that he felt sick "and wanted to rest for 
a while. He stayed only a minute or 
two and went out. Pellow illd not walih 
where he went. 

A few minutes afterwards some of the 
searching parties arri\ed at tho - St. 
George's Inn and told Pellow of the j 
murder, Tlie bartend>»r told them of Al- j 
lan's recent visit there, and ttiey went i 
out to continue the searcli, ThrouRh 
gardens and over fences throughout the | 
couniry,«iile the searchers harried l!ie ; 
countryjaUla. One man, a gardener, who 
was calle<l upon to come out and sliow I 
himself, illd himself, and wa.-? surroimd- 1 
«<L.by soldiers with levelloil rifles. He ! 
was brought out, but found to be a 1 
peaceable gardener, and the - searcher.'^ ! 
went on. Two buggle..3 with provincial ; 
police offici-r.M crime I'rom the city, and ; 
the officers clriulaled liurriedly-pre- i 
l)ared typewritten dehrcrlptlons of the j 
murilerers. Two mounted, constaliles 
galloped about, stopping wayfarers and 
iiu'^'-tlonlng them. Private grounds ! 
were .searched -;ind every available pl'uce ' 
of conceaim<?nt looked Into. Tho pur- 1 
.Hult was carefully and systematically 1 
carried out. lielng wol.t dlreetetl, and the '. 
murderer had ,M<-!int chanc'' to escape. 

"Don't Shoot:" 

He lay hidden, nestled close against ; 
tiie palings of a fence near tlio corner of i 
Harriet street nnd Kscpilnialt road, and j 
tliire ho was dl.scovered by Trumpeter | 
Trlmhey and Gunner Smith about eleven 
o'clock. Trlbey caught sight of the bliio 
ovor.'ills hidden In the grtttvnery. and' wltii 
his rifle at tho rea<Iy and his finger on 
tlie trigger lie ran In and pushed th^ 
muzzle toward the fugitive. i 

"iion't pull the trigger," said Allan, an . 
he saw the bugler. "I'll come out." . , 

Gunner :?nuth sprang to the bugler's 
as.sistiince, and Hcrgeant Major Askey. 
shouting, lion't shoot him." was close 
hehlnd. Allan looked up to see three 
rifles pointed at him. Ho seemed dazed. 
He Hiaggtred out of hi.'< hiding place ami 
offered not tlK- slightest resistance. The 
soldier.H walked lilm by way of Harriet 
.vtreot an<l Dtinsmulr road toward Head- 
street, wliere (Nmstables, Con\\'ay and 
l,)ockKtnder. of the provincial police, and 
Detectives 0'.I,.eary and Carlow of the 
city force, were met, and tlioy took 
charge of tho prisoner, putting Irons on 
his hands and legs. ,He asked for a 
drink of water, which was brought to 
him from a nearby house. Then he was 
placed In the buggy and driven to the 
Iiro>-inclal police office. When searched 
a pocket knife, a few small coins, and 
three loade<'1 cartridges were found on 
i liiiii. 

Murderer'a Statement. 

After l>elng warned that he was charg- 
ed with llie murder- of Captain Klilston. 
Allan said: 'Oh, yes, I know; I know. T 
un<lerstand. I didn't mean to kill him. I 
only intende d to niaim him. I'm sorr y I 
killed hlmi bur~he~Has used me very" 
mean at different \tlmeB. ;j might Just 
as well be dead as-m^f^'er— thla-waJr',- -My- 
health Is awful poor, I am In misery all 
the time. Too much ■ drink Is all the 
cause," , 

Hi answer' to a question of whether he 
vised "dope," Allan said, ^ • I use dope, 
Just the comnion kind. " 

He was soort afterward removed to the 
provincial Jail, nnd last night told one 
of his guards that he was not sorry he 
riad killed f^aptnln Elllston. 

.^A couft of Inquiry Was ordered b.v Col. 
Pet^i^s and sat yesterday afteir/ioon. The 
board consisted ^o^ Cajitaln .Llndsav. 11 
C. K.. preafdont,'*an<1' Captain A. n, Mq- 
donald rni » i.s-i: I. W, S* Cockhurn, H. 
C, G. V "f witnesses were 

examlm-d, ami iii. rating. of the board 
will be continued at 1Q:.^0 n. m. today. 
Tho influent by the coroner, Hr.tt!. C. Hart 
win take place at Work Point at 9 n. m. 
today,' and' following the conclusion . of 
this, the prisoner Will be arraigned by 
the provincial police on the ch;u-ge of 
murder. 

A Popular Officer 

Captain Peter Elllston was a most 
iv.jMiiar officer. He was bort> m ir'^wlch. 




Carpetttcrs* Tools 

Di»»ton'g Saws— the standard Saw for Car- 
penters. 

NichoU's Framing Squares. " 

Rabone's Rules — best of all. 

Brades' Chisels — finest known. 

Always a full stock and priced ripht for 
purchasers 



(Continued on Fan' 



Bank of Commerce Enterprising 

The Canadian Hank of Commerce 
wore tho first to recognize the linpur- 
tance of the branch -system li*-A4«t+H-la 
and accordingly secured t'oihporary 
quarters In Douglas street, where a 
general biinkliig bUstnos.'J has been 
<'oinduc,teil for the past two months. 
'I'his morning Mr. R. H. Bt-aven, the 
mahfiger of the .NTorth. Victoria brJirivTi, 
ha.s mov't^d" [6 thin l)(ink's new (lUfi.rtcrs 
at the corner ot'. Dotighis , and' Bay 
.streets. It is Well to mention that In 
purchnsinfr;the present sUp the bank 
lilts In view the construction ot liirgi- 
and hnndsohie iiiiartors. The biiilding 
••it iircseiit ot'ctipled Is reall>' te'inpor- 
arj-, havlttR been erected In a manrnT 
that satTie can readily he taken down 
and, a« contemplated by the olTlclals 
of. the hank, a lilock of modern con- 
struction will take its iilacc .Many of 
the re.sldf'ats of tho Nortli U'arrt nnd 
tliosr residing in tlio otUl.vlng dlst 
tricts look upon the Ipatitut ion'.s cn- 
terprl.'ie as a great cruivcnieiice. We' 
also learn tliat the l>ank has found re- 
sults mutually sntlsfactory. 



Take a trip around the .Soun<l by 
steamers of P. C, S. S, Co., sniling 
weekly ''heap eycurslop rate. Illume 
i. 

Peruse Mr. Reed's telegr.im nf yes- 
terday from Katalia, Alaska, if > ou 
want to knfiw whether the ot! holdings 
of the Amalgamated Doveloptnent 
c.omjiany are as good as the company 
»ald th«y were, • 



668 Yates Street 



Drake Hardware Company 



Cor. Government Street 



An Old Saying 

.'Ml roads lead to Rome! Well, quite a few lead to the 

Anti-Combine Grocers 

ai tlie Corner of FofTiand Broad Streets. You may need to re- 
lilcni.^h your Grocery Stock, bcinj^ near the ist. We suggest 
}Oii try 

Copas & Young 



ANTI-COMBINE LAUNDRY SOAP— 

Seven full-weight bars 25^ 

SUPERFINE TOILET SOAP. 'ntn^^c^ke^-for 25^ 

•CM.C.AKV iUSi^'G SUiN BRE.M) I'J.ol k — 

Per sack . . . . .... . ....; . , ^1.65 

MAGIC BARTNCTTOWDER. 5-lix can ............. .90^ 

I2-07. can . . .20^ 

1 \' I ) I-: I ' !•: .\ DENT CREAMI'-. ^: ^ ! : I tTTER. 3 11>'^- ^or J^l.OO 
\NTUCOMBINE TEA, in lead packets, 3 lbs. for . . . .Sl.OO ' 
CIIIVER'S OLD C0UNTRY MARMALADE— 

i-lb. glass jar ... ....'. ....15f^ 

I. Vi.E'S GOLDEN SYRUP— 

2-lb. tin .20^^ 

4-lb. tin . . 35^ 

i4-ih.-fifrr:. ?i.oo 

PURE WEST INDIA tiME JUICE, .quart bottle 20< 

tX5LBEN WEST WASHIN-^ POWDER— 

Large 3-lb. packet .................. .1. .20f^ 

CANADA FIRST CREA^Mai^e so^pz. can .10< 

We sell ever} thing at the lowest price good goods can be sold at 

Copas & Young 

ANTI-COM)BINE GROCERS. 
- THE ONLY INDEPENDENT STORE 
Corner Fort and Broad Streets 
Phones 94 and .95 Phones 94 and 95 




Don't Forget 
That ^ 





H 



" 



J This Hot, Dry ; 
Weather 



I fteislerinaa Formao ^ 
and Company 

Genefal Agents 
;; 1207 Government Street 
il Phone 55 



BOYS BE 
INDEPENDENT 
MAKE MONEY 
BY CARRYING 
THE COLONIST 



If a boy wants to earn his 
own money, The Colonist 
will help him do it. The Col- 
onist needs a few industrious 
boys as carriers. By deliv- 
ering The Colonist in the 
morning outside of school 
hours, a boy can earn his 
own money without associ- 
ating with undesirable com- 
panions. The boy thus en- 
gaged is ncSt th>: kind to- get 
into trouble. This kind of 
boy is bound to win. The 
training that he will get will 
be of incstimajalc value in 
later life, and through his 
work for The Colonist will 
help lay the foundation of a 
successful career and a use- 
fid citizenship. Boys l^hat 
would like to carry The Col- 
,--'M will please make ap- 
plication at The Colonist 
Circulation Department, 



»^-t ♦»»»»>>*>»'• t • #» i H i ' » » > » ii > Hfl 

■ 'I ■' t* >M>fl > 



Subscribe for THE COMMWIti 



Particular Peopte 
Want the Best 



•^Vif-M 



- 4«..f <^«v>-*4f^>H'vlK#l<i^^ 






Biliiiniii'^^ni'' "^ -^^ "^ 



ttB&dOiKi'iaiBilBinliJt 



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VICTORIA DAiiA^ coi^^mso:' 



Tu/^ad«y, August 2J 1919. 



^ 



-/■ 



Xooking By Electricity 

The Modern and Cleanest Way 




r-rr-rr-^rrii-ra- rt ' " ' ; -ff-? V '"rr-rr^w wr J' .-" 'r rftr'^ T T " ' " ' " i ■ ^■* - ' " yr'»" f 



jiCfflnKiinmBic J lijotautfus 



In Woman's Realm 







HERE AND THERE 



r+H' ■t^nriTTdiaTirr:'fTTfriT»r vvhic)r Ih in a 

jxi.'^ltinti lo HjiiMk igUJluritativvly \}f 

jnanxirKf'TTiring I'oiulilluus lt> ('jimiila 

I ■■ ■ • ■ I hit t , 'i nil I M I lav t urc rH ' h'lat" in i.U' li 

• ' •• or'itr»rnv.*HH;Mitti"i[f Tiirtfii' liaiM 

. ,..» fieoplc- U» buy Uirelgu K"<'il«- 
Th«i.re ai<j'man>'clti«HvK ot inainUHC;^ 

i;if.'K ii stalls siil.l -i-i liriri^li ..iTY.'."^ 



■ ■'•■'^K'''". )W-rha'i!!-; uiMi" an- Krcnccr thrrii 
' till- ll!i;iM.-li.H.e uiappt^ia "-f'tl hIrMI 
^ir»t*»frfi w'hicii iii(iih< iH nml ohifilrc'ii 
wear. 'rhf« nia(tM-|ul, is hh, iiiflHJiuiui lUu 
tluirt tiirv vvoiifivr i,s lUiH- elilfdren staiul- 
ijipr Ivi-i'oro Ml) op^^n (ire. or Wiuncn 
'''-''''" K . £!. rfig^. iuie. jjl0.1 ^ > i' > • ■ i i • ■ r t hivhwI- 



t'l 



Ui , 'Plu- 

'lit !i.jji: u 1 

III." irlaJis I, 



llK.Kf -i M'.l. II'.'W 

ini.ni , . ., ;^.; ,,l)frl\-l aiiil 

or VVOlJlfetl Villi, 

nuitiy flVRH ure 
M great \(:;fi re 
\ Hue l8 In 



18 those undpr 

uiUl Si) tb:it tho 






<JBiHit'j ,i)iU -ttllit'i Liraucis of. 'l.'aiiu- 
iliaii flunr ari*l ranifes orftovos timcJjs! 
by many nuitiufactiitirrs;- ti' iiVXfi 

our own Albion bulds dly 

iuR-h place. ■ (lur men folkss (iiio to buy 
Cuiiaauin Iwtnjd.-lmt foc-tbs^j^ajjt pari 
w()iu<.'u do not' fOnsldcr" "Mude iu'i-an- 
Hda'.'. ,a recoikinif-ndiUbin for fubrU.-a 
tU.c>: havi; ocoagion to I'U.v. 

Tht? wnnt'dri^rttP'llr liis own pro- 

rtuct whieb would IfiuV t\_ manufactiix- 

;jnn. to alluvv il co~ tTC »».'M un.Ur uiiulh 



f-»-wT'-r«f 1rrl h'-'TTn V. 
I UK .lt«hted ill I 

mW' b(» ' t<»kcn. _ . 

1 dOubt n» to the tnfUimiiiMldo nature of 
I thifi, rniiuM-ial lf*t her hold n pl<-.:'<» nf 

'' in -tbe fliitW'- ■ 

Mmosl pv, 
, KiRiWo that t> 
|,rt flrt» which I 

■ ill, ulicn 
1*011 on a (arpot or throw « 

llUlllk.t III- ..«, .i.t.. I 

■4-1 . ..■ 

"•' 

<■ il fire from 
,,. , '■ ; lo iMiTIf'oiit 

I yo Bi .tfiu vuutioh til lmpo»«(hl«< in tJiia 
^Tt'specf. .. > 




wuy U) , lui-t out 
lit one'iiclottip*! 



■iHi'iijn T') 
ru)f or a 



of. _iru tj.jiin Iflt^s 
Hit and that of 
j; liio KoodM uru 
regrtrltcvi. Tbe 
a cornp<;iisii ♦!■>'' 
■want of lo> 
piirchast'i 



er, ;•'■■>! 

'aiv. 

both to 1)0 greatly 
mone.N gained Is not 
for these.- There If a 

on the -part of tho , „^,.. 

_\vouI(l profor to buy an . Impvjrtod ..ar 
tli2lo ^vi2'';■^.f /mjuorfal and woTtrmBTi- 

to one that i 

Wd iur iJie future of Can 
dlspo.sition is shown in a si. 
in most clttt-s. Tliero are wo- 
wlifv iuiasf that pn\vn« hov*- hppi' 



L-Oow to down 
I fdl.M ihoTl-'Tiinr- 

; nf thf srn. 
' ti\ation <M 
' ^v!l! In- niado 
! tbe_aa*>*l«— wvc 



^t Jvl 1 



of w<W'dn 



.iu«t 

that; 

:iaxi,vi 

<-iil-,' 



'-" .dens 

much more dirricnlt if 
»Il(.v\<(i to Bcrttter ihlirt 



HoiistdioldffK anil proportv bold-l 
shoi\t?1 *HH' to irthat their lots are 



r»*l.urMi-il III pvleHt, a .unli-r.s ty fivaiigi-ilv..! 
rf-flanil. AVhcp 4B lie Was i-oii^ecratcd 
biMiioy. and di«U (iijoiif tlie year 40>*. 
U«»' lived lo ilic aKti of 7 1. I have n- 
llniilp- atrthorily for tliif a'.'cotitU of St. 
I'at-rlolt, which <JufH not rpilti- colncldn 

Willi :xh'i. e.(Uiuriakltt=:.UiftJ=!>Lpj3.iaLo? the 

^Stii- trait.,- —,,-•. V •:,-; <r ■ ' T, S.KJ 

(VVrt print our, corre-sponrtcnt's' letter 
htit connof bcc wherfin It iloeH not cola- 
cUiifi w\iji ■w-hat-we nald. In' fact -it is 
Identjcal .•w1ti)""lt excotit that he jrlroH 
Komtt ndii.itlon.1' ' rs.— E d. C6li - 

hist:,). ;„_,.;, • '.. •; 



Ko V, & 8. iiailway. 
.lohn Doaft 'des' 
:.l>?,or the, people oJ: 
il (he Whiilo of . Vici..' - i' 
pupuUt.lou -l-jr drawing the, attentiKn ui 
t)ie offidJila lb what Is ulfilTmWeiliy 

'"< of Uii* gteatftBt impoHition^ a ]ani; 

rfterrn(r> puhiic ' havi? l.ud, to ,put up 
irith. and I trft-tt ris^^alj' lo'iiiy - .hm.... h 
)^V4^^:.c.obI nn^rnUiK in' .fahnary w;. 
with my M'lr* at a erosslnijf. i)f:rwTen rn 
t^fy and'Royai Oalc ..A^^er. one and a Uit<.: 
h(Mir« for the train., and .1 am Hure it ii 
had not liwm for a kind, randier w)i" 
ii-v<!« n«ttr, aaltiriK niy ^■'^f^ bi to her 
iiouae to get warm—ttrct aho would liave 
trFFn—fa+it-rrp — w1t4r--a--'«M?v*r?rN^»#:^^--i*«»- 
■ i- t ;a - n tell you ^bat - ^n'n the lar.t time vm - 
over waited for the slow and dirty trai n , i- 
iilncc tlicn "we* hayc walked to the oai 
at the r>ou;?la.s Mtreet fenninus aui 



^v 



frniiP 



Quality first--Pcke Aftcfwi»rds 

rititlt ji^JS 




■ORGANS 



RANK HIGH. BUT PRICES LOW 



M. W. Wait! & Co., Ltd. 



L 



H cr b-erl-^Kiefir;"Manager 



I0D4 Government StJJee:^ 



Your August Orders 
Should Include These 



Ke|)t clea n. 

r-\Tr n-hfi^h 



If^R the .cmyiy lots, liow- 

I'l' till t^fiiffc- ..r I'l. 



; Iiij.a5.»;is. .. _.n;t[4i 

axtit'les we ci.' 

j quite, as chea. 

like charity, In 



We can^:*:*- complete stf)ck of Electric Cooking Dc\ ic-c: 
■ ..-ell as Electric Irons ' 



a.-. 



HINTON ELECTRIC CO., Ld. 



Government Street, Victoria 



-.-iiv in: 

if not 
Mil. . i.,oyalty, 
home "nnd: wi»- 
''■ rtcr ihan.4i^ 



■an tin? in- 

,.i,.i , ,,i)(i- 



MnuwKht-TTO much trouble and e.v 

:■•'■ would b.. TTirirm-i-T ni,...r, Ih. .,■,,,. 

n and 

' tbe c;: 



•aid that tl 

ilown. Rut It Is tv> be f' 
the . proce.if.s t ! ' 



b aifc..sa ve4 -t+me-«niiV--"«""'-y-i»i-ftfl-'i"'' ' " ' 
.Thanklngr you' for publi.shiwg ibe Ip"^- • 
on Ih" nb<nf piibjeef. 

I K, BrTi,EU. 

Why Wot Bltnlit! - • 
1-that t 




'■-Vl^S Bi;ST^^HUNGA.RI AN FLOUR, -per 

(•ilOJCE. iJ.irmT BITTTKK. £B.r lb..V,^., ... .,. 
' :riv"' iU'TTioit 

l-'lt'KSH KA.ST F.it.V KC.Qs , 
,,..... I'OWDiCHH, 4 pacK.-it?. ! 

-\ PHl(:;r>T.s- for p n KSl^cA' |.\G~"pec ^cate |i.a6 

-- — - . j S y r rTr, , '■ ■■, _p '■ ..l. 

The SaiiHders Groeery Co., LtcL 

Where You Get the Best and Cheapest 
Phone 28 561 Johnson Street 



Itten- \ I mt rt i n .i m ii 

.^ i — 



The Hiiultthlc pavement was in'. 

;...,4 1,. tiie Warren Bro 

•1I. Mass . and in tl 



the lii.irlifl 
try loit .of 



'iiu4,» nianutacturer« _ol 

-.lill win tlieir way in 

'■■'■■>■ of iycrr-n.wn cmm.- 

■ 1 V^iit no amount 



losinfc nuuli- 1 

• '••- -t.T ... -:.,,- ■: 

In iilaili anil 

! -tter from : 
In' a romoi 

flection?, whi( r 

..a >,-' '•■ - ■'- 



; rc- 
than 



Afraid lo Eat? 

Does the fear ofindigestion spoil the cnjoymcnt-of 

' iii--....J.ust.4-ake~- 



-1 nij 





T -or' .■ !-, , .^ 

For t: sty. atid the nWH which 

_4 make rcaU.v k'- ■ 

.oniioi thf hoi. 

To Lrui.ii' c!..i,lii:-<-'n til 
.mshifii of anv kind is ! 



and poor, ma- 
in ..itr ln..ttii. 



re- 

tcr- 



i.'iiicr, aai-i. ly a n<.>t uni; 
KiiU. of b*-inp broiijrht'to I 
'life, if it 
"'' hh-s true 

unity we .mo\ . 
• I world of hum 
'1 niore Cfim- 

t; Wi" are be- 

we 



I u 

foun,. 



[■i;y a>iiii «» 
In •nrhiv'tr^tO- 



.iltUlc, t 



on the i 
a lof 111 
It Isf f- 
I oey.Jiave 
-test' It they 



The rate 



.2.:..-- - 

Smr:;eiN roasts BHFJ* ...... ...... 15<^ 

.110 1; LDERS MUTTON ^ ........:.,..... lie 

BREASTS VEAL .......:....... ........ .15<? 



.111 :^u ^ 



surely sliouM 



matiy advantage* which 
•'■■\m for bltullV!^ 

i It IS aripoltitely npn'-sllr>i»-i.>. v^ii 
jensurinK a, sure ana iiernianent footing 
; f,i. ' " liicular traffi.-, 

:. or roll up into 



e \ye are wiser 

wc hJivc p.-.i 



firrn 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



«20 YATIS 8T 
PHONE 514 



"'-•"-'^n 



.^"<^..Y,9i:f. y!'_9?'.t know you have a stoiiiuch. They will sec i-j il 
that your food is properly digested. They are among .liic- 
best o^ tl. I^Rt' -CO preparations, compoMnded b\» 

expert chenusts-andr guaranteed by the largest wholesale 
druggists iiv Canada. 50c. a box. It" y otir druggist, has not 
stocked them yet^ send us 5ocTTri;ci-wc wilTniail yoii a^box. 



in"in':-\. ■aiu>w of "their um.- 

I-!i..-. .- :ir-i I c'rl:-; who b'WP 



Nation A I db-"-. mn-^ '"•-■cmical Co. pr CANADA Umitco. 

Ill II III II III lull III I [{■■■■[■■■■■■■■■■■■■[■■■■■IMMMIIIIBI 



MONTREAL. 



36 



i'Ui 

t'M 



nu! 
in' 



. or. un- 


i UUJ- .1 . 


to have 


J tence 




doUbt th<.: 




ifi a new 




in a m. 




ia-..We. 


III :^; ii./"i 


tl"' 


been \,vov- 


,. ,♦!, >1,-..., 





'bat we see and 

ii.« t.i .sa\' \\ Tic-, 



3. 1 1 /. very dur-i 

niainiHi.n ami keep in repair. 
1. it Is WBterprdrof. easy to clfaan and 
.>iianc« to travel 
11 jform of pave- 

lithte is conee<tea" "Ky" jnany _eB- 

■ ■ • t;. s.. a. to ■ . ' ■ '• 

■ lAent; 

U' .i l I hon»: 'V 

-owners It. -a 

i "i;! i -,..-■■■. ,4 tue 

!. be*a.-5' . 

I '., ■ K'Ki. n; 



irl'T'ssne'!^ 



U ni V ersity School 



FOR BOYS 



nee liji 

the ' 



■:-.iiere 

'What 1 

■ .-'."' wag 
h.;r by «. younK i 
• L.y. 'Dear me, ho 
iHSM*.' A tilvver reatJ- no fnovjJia,' 
^•< hfT '.It'itrocont reply." 




I. T » ',J J 1 ! 1 1 ' • t ,. ] 

are not ai^ 



.1 1-. , 1. 1 . 

d to a- 1 



■ in--(.,a I 

i:ni' . •„ 



y.-l]f h(r~rv.-n hun- 

\L 

. . '1 

:i fcieittemiier, 

;.! in' r.irt 



Tbe rarmar'aHPxoflta.. .,____ 

' -^'- A short •ilfne il' ' ■■" "-'•-^ -'H- 
lif the matter > '• 

i.i'.iiii* .of the. farmer, ..w. .,...,^... .....a-j 

...it waa not, in your view, correct to al- [ 

I low for inlere«t "r ' ' I do not i 

: hold with this- v > ider that! 

' '-irnier should 1.,..^. ) •' on- hl» 

: as "well as cither '^^"i 

fUjriwise he i,«< depiteelailOr; n*.-" capital 

[and, reekoniiig pr'dUs th^t' he baa not 

} mad^.. ■,'.'■_- 

i 1 iht.-ioae an abntrai iiooks 

; of .a -'•'■ - - .■' ■ " '-■■ '- 



Ganong'sFamous 

CHOCOLATES 

Another -'large 

of these. \vorl(i-jii»ie4 c 

fcr'iMTis jibs't io hand i: 

5<' AND~T0<* BAl^S 
FANCY BOXES. Etc; - 

VVhc ^..-iiug ill your Aug 
-ttsi order.<; don't ff)r,£jct to 

;r some of these pi}re.,|^ 




The West End Grocery Company, Ltd. 



1002 Government St." 



Teis. 88 and 1761. 



and 01 r. 4, 
JJiOtUie 1. 



s, 1 L \\ J I 1 I .P I:. 

• e very lok'. ~T 
a-in"~rs TfT .Ireland .wii.i.. 
r v::-.-lmv.' For the, benefit 



Xmas, Term .„.oi'nnieiices Sept. 6th 

At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing: Fields 

in Spaciuus iN.ew Brick iiuiiding, ■ 

Acconiinodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory': Organized _Cadet Corps: Musketry lir— 
/structiou; Pootbail and Cricket: Gymnasium 

_ amlliidoor Rifle Rang'ev^. •■ 

> RECENT ISUCGESSES AT McGIJ^L AND R.M.C 
' .' - -.~;^— .WARDE-N: ■ ' ' 

Kc v^'" W.. BolU)t>v M.A., v,ai.aujidgc. 

PRINCIPALSj^ • . , 

R. V, Harvey, M.A., Camb.. J, C. BarnacTe; Esq., Lon«i. Unl."., 
;^cci.Li,v(i \^y a rosideilt staff of Utiivcrsity Men. 
I''or Prospectus Apply the. Bursar. 



UNlVERSm SttlOOt FOR 
GIRLS 

.Clive-'Wolley House, Oalt Bay, Vlc- 

tfiriu P..r* . biirh-irrad" day and l)oard- 

idlea of 

! ,af;C'-<i. A..'! S' i.;i;ht. Prus- 

; p'ci-tus on appli 

I . 

i Principal— ^Mrs. Stedham, Cert. .Eng. 



i"-ra of lb 


e 


Old . 




(rom all i 


la I 


■f« ■ ,>'■ 




brate the 






of Its . 


Micnt oh 






il. iL-i...^-. ....„v 


■'^r the . 






.>rt Royal to the 


: .:iv?li,.;h • 






tlie men wb" 


tti. 






and llatc-nttl 1 



■ ' ive converted tha-: 
Jollars. , 
D'jefi taken of tb 
si a* th'ey ara kct 
nQ, 01 course, paid ^ 

' o. ri. -w 

Zneoma. . 



I.. fourth calves. Ono ititcie!?iinfi: 

1- lalned bythia account is that 

11. larirer profit for winter 

than^ — t-i'T five * cow'8 which 

i ;n the of the year". Siim- 

•iill.kinB- ' iwed only, .a, profit 



c Hiui ta.ke a bottle of (,'hanj-" 
^ I "oUc,. Cholera ami Diarrhoea 
;!> ■ with you when fftrrrtir 
(rhi tVds. (•ummer. It com 
litis or .'- 
nd ollm^i 



I TS.T 



k ni lOc IXT en!.. .«i 18.30 



Corrig College 

aeocon 'HlU Park Victoria, S. C. 



; . , ... ■ , ■ . , r ;s . . I . ■ ' ; u i t 1 1 i " r t • . ■ ■ I 

-,\ I'i ; iilio.o:fi''d' K'''it)eiiic:.|j'«' '...ni.. 

•.,'1 1.:-. .•;■. f,i.M.-.,M inir Park, >;utu-. 

I, or i!niii.4"i. ■ ><?ports. Pre- 

.... ,x( , f..i 1: , l.,.lfe or Pro- 

loiivef.tlty examlna- 
incliifilve and airici- 

ly .mo'ji.-i'tif-^ ,A few \ai'anci<'f< .ii- 
.autumn term,. Septrmber 1st 

■Prtnoipal, J. *-v. crrrTtc:Tr. m.a. 



Nova ^ 



f,S.f2 

« at |8 each .30.00 

.ton per cow .ri.T munili 

ij'y montha at 7Kp. •{) 



I red. Bold by J 



ail oi.-anTS 



Wanted pupils for eml" 
of alJ klnds.-Mrs. K. 
Broughton Street.. . , 



Work 
851 



. tion'tuKl 



tai.. ., ,,,.,,. ,,;,,, ;>,,xa .^li ..Uii '•:•' ' - 

coorie a rel'uKe for the U. E. 1 
it f." a coincidence that but 
' I 1 :■ • :if;(i the first conaecra i.- 
i.ii^li,,;. .'• •'• ' -•-"'">n coniniiii.iv.il ill 
CJanai.' I liy a Canadian 

primal. ,n ...iii'.wuv '.i. -During; alb the 
1 ar.s that have IntiVrvx^ned (.;anadlan 



XSspeiueii. 



?,;::i:.:!: 



♦ flMBKTWH »*J^-THOB 



BRUNQT H^LL 

^^SPOKANE : 

A JEloarrtir.g^ and Day School for Girls. 

! >y eiu-v,rc7r Kchool v.'boHc nim JLa tbe 

L'A-ei'y be-Ht in in'st I u'ctor." and euulpineiilj^ 
; ('h(;<^r'id.. t-.oi iHlUo. huildinKs; ■ wliOlP- 
' ■ . "" '^ -nun, mil"'''- '•■■'; 

lul feu' 

,,, , ,,. , . ... ,. -, InntriiC' :,-! 

1 ■illff.'reni art I'raiK-lip.H and the muidc de- 

,,„,-!ni.-'iit Wlfl) Itr; rvtaff.. of" forPiRn 

biHtruc! rttticwo 

ii; W"!!' il otber eaKt.erii 

: f„i.! ' luniier information, ad- 

1 drc. ■ ■'.■-'■;'..■ 

I.; A I HATr,-KT, Principal, 

Spokani:,' ■\Vasbington. 



i-<hoim of- thr 
'•on con.«<ccr.-i 

■ ' ' ■ titerburi . 

.(■ first "Van;- 
l.\boriona\ lif>-. 



land have 
I'hblah'op 



1 f lay and straw 



r-iiillii;. 

hi.viir- 
of . 

Allow 
tow 



EMPRESS THEATRE 



The ' ExclUdiva Ptcture Theatre of 



New Griind Theatre 

WEEK AVGXTST iBt. 

■■ l'"rom the 'crerip. I'arix 

Kiirope's m'.is! .-i.-iistir Importation 
Xaxey-r-SHE KAXVXZ.X.£S-r-X;iBle 
Lilliputian, wonders and living marion- 
ettes In a' wonderful performance. 
The Ariel Wonder 
X.OZSZ,I.B 
a Incomparable jjcymnaatic accompliflb- 
ments, 
V.n rfpres.siblc comedian 

Ai. i.A'WBSiiroB 

i.rim|ti\.-. laUKhter provoking; * 

qii!ilnl..sitles. 

MARY AKN-BjaOWN 

^ t onchantinK character 

inedlenne. 

A ilao .of fiirperb arti>itry, 

jras.— McCO&MCACX - rB-VIWO — Elean.o- 

ill "h?rirtiih'py.'I 

TKOaf. J. PHICE 

NEW MOVINO PICTURES 

o^r& o^iS'Mf" OS.CHESTBA 



Adiulaaion 



end^'d Vroti 
rlor. Wb.-~ 



te 
erl 

try.Ttraa tn 
only sailli 
Imagine b 
0/' the g'o'M 
^\, feature' 



.l()imaica ■ in "h 



:■; u t I '•. I J '.I'll w ♦■ (a 

ime a life wna' tli*' 

I fTun V. ; ■■ 
oow calbciu il I 



'■ biijj .aV. (ti: 

cjf^-j'l'' pT 

;iii«-ni^' 
pp'r ■tfUl 



16 Centa 

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CHAMPION TAKES 
Fl 




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A. Cainbie Finds B, P. 
Schwengers, His Erstwhile 
Tennis Partner, Too Strong 
— Opening of.ToLTmament, 



Few lnclc!>nt.«! '<t importance oc- 
curred an. the N'iictoria tennis courts 
yesterday, the opening day of the ao- 
nual tuurnamcnt. Cardinal, of Van- 
couver, was the only visitor seen In 
action and ho had littlo difllculty, 
with hl3 partner D. S. , Montgomery, 
in defeatlrjj Messrs. McCallum and- 
Gllleapio in the men's doubles. Mcst 
of those entered from nutsldn points 
were not ready to actively enter into 
-the tournamet bavin;? arrived by the 
* day's boat. There are between thirty 
and forty contenders for honors from 
A'ancouver; Joe Tyler Is here from 
Spokane and la expected— tQ- be seen 
In action today; and others are look- 
ed for fmin Seattle, Tacoflaa and oth&r 
neighboring iciljes. .-^ ' 

What is cunsidered rather a miafor- 
tune was the- pitting of J. A. CamblG 
and B. P. Sehwengers against each 
other in the first draw for the .men's 
singles championship. Thouffh Schwen- 
gers is rather above the man \vho ac- 
comr>anied him to participate in the 
Internationals at Spoltane, Gamble Is 
looked upon as one of the best of Vic- 
toria's tennis players. Therefore many 
wouJd have liked to have seen him 
against Joe Tyler, Cardinal, Rhodes 
and other well known exponents be- 
fore being called upon to hieet the 
champion. .\s It was he met the title 
holder and was put out of the running 
in si'mewhat of a tame game, Gamble 
being anything but In his usual steady 
form. 

Garrett's Abson-.o 

Another regrettable Incident is ..the 
absence of Garrett, the holder 'of the 
Alberta championship. .He was the only 
man. apart from Tyler, who showed the 
form neceasarj' ' In the Vancouver 
tournament to give SchVengers- ariy 
kind of a game. It was taken as a 
foregone conclusion that he would bo 
ovtn^herer-441 fact it Is understood that , 
his entr>' was forwarded. At the last r*^'"':*"* 
minute, however, he dfteided that he 
would have to return -to the middle- 
west In o^der to be In corrifortaWie 
time t> defend the championship ho 
won In 1909. The Alberta tournament 
will take place at Edmonton from the 
8th t'j the 13th Inst., so that he hasn't 



Jhy too much time to spare to make 
tj^v:^p'"an(T ' prcaent hlmaeif on the 
I courts for that series. .,j 

However, it may be truthfully said 
that never has a Victoria tournament 
commenced under more favorable con- 
ditions. The weather could not have 
been Improved upon, the new courts, 
G.'idboro Bay road, are in excellent 
shape, and there is no dearth of com- 
petitors. Th(j entries number more than 
at any other tourney conducted by the 
home club.' Looking at the prospect 
generally It is a safe predliiiion that 
a higher average class of tennis will 
be wdtnessed by enthusiast.s during tho 
week than in years gone by, andthi.s 
is not excepting the occasions oh 
whiK?h Jiliss Hazel Hotchklss andiptbar-. 
notables were among those playing 
The committee of management isi con- 
fronted with a condition that has never 
had to be wrestled with before, having, 
in spite of the increased accomnipda- 
tion available, to rush oft games 
ptrlctly at appolt\te<l hours in order 
to ensure the finals being reached by 
Saturday. Hem'o tho announcement 
tjiat thos»e figuring lt# t-xliiy's draw 
must present themselves .m tirn'- i'V 
be summarily defa,ulted. 

The complete results of yesterday's 
play follows: 

Men's Doubles 

Dfcltaon and l>owry beat Rome and. 
Rochford, 6-0, 6-2. 

Dewdnev and PoHok beat Pitts and 
Bbcrts, 6-0, 6-2. 

Ilewlttson and Ouglar beat Pigrott 
and Williams. 6-1, 1^-T. 

<::ardlnal, Vancouvef, and D. S. 
''Montgomery boat E. N...Mc.C.all.um.and 
Gillespie, 6-2, fi-."!. 

Matheson and .x. Montgomery beat 
Cornwall and Hepburn, 6-3,' 8-6. 

G. Schwengers ,and Jephson beat 
McCallum and Kowcroft, t;-4, 6-2. 
Men's Sindles • 

Dewdney beat Hewittson, 6-0, G-i. 

Alexis Martin beat TreWartha James 
8-6, 0-1. . \ 

A. J. K. D'Arcy beat IJ. L. Burhs, 
5-7, 6-1. 7-G. \. 

H. F. Pollok beat B. C. Qoward, 6-3, 

6-s. ..'.■: 

E. 9. Jackson beat F. C. Corn-wall, 
6-1, 3-6. 6-3. 

H. W. C. Klrkbride beat il. A. Rithet, 
6-4. 3-6. 6-1 ^ 



^^ Ladies Singles 

Miss. -M. ritts In'at Mrs. ,W, Lang 
ley, 6-1. 6-2. 

Miss Pca*ce beat Miss Miixa, 
6-2. - _ _: .' 

Miss L. E. PhilTTps ... beat Mrs. 
Green, 6-0, 6-3. 



■h»U and MUw U. Pitta, bye; 
Wllrttot-and Mlas Combe, bye; 
Dewar and Mrs. Dewar, bye; — 
Mrs. Holland, bye; J. », Mattersbn and 
Mrs. Langrley, bye; Wlnslow and Mrs. 
Nelson, bye; A. C. Futcher and Miaa 
Phillips, bye; B. E. iii Dewdney and 
MlBB llayne, bye; W. H. C. Kirkbrldo 
and MlBB M. Bell vb. E. S. JephBon and 
Mis8 U. Klakeiuore; G. M. Merrltt and 

Miss Ttipper, vs. and Miss Rlck- 

abv; E. Kingston and Miss Robertson 
vs. Whyte tiwl Mr*. Oenge; N. B. 
(Presley and Mrs. Grow Llaker, 
Montg-omery anjA Mls« Jukes; 
and Mre Innes vs. C;ardinaU and Miss 
Allen; G. Kr^n*"*^ ""<^ Miss G. Pitts; 

fK McLorg and Miss N. Baker; A. 
'jWe9'"ti.M'"ytvn<fi B. .ntTcen, vt: r*t»t. 
and Mrs. Macdonalfl; B. Rhodes and 
Mrs. Procter, bye; K. L. Baker and 
Mrs. Innea, bye; H. Gugler and Mrs. 
Ghristio, liye; Mr. Kowcrofl and Mrs. 
tlreeu, bye; (Japt. I'rawford and Misa 
I'ltts, bye; E. N. Gillutt and Miss V. 
I'ooley, "bye; I'^ercy Gardner and part- 
ner, bi'e; J. Tyler and Miss Hobson, 
bye; F; j^. Macrae and partner, bye; 
A. .S.- Hewetson and Miss Mara, bye; 
; — ;. and Miss A. Bell, byi-; 11. Eberta 

KtKl partner, byo; and Miss M. 

Rlckaby, bye. 

Ladies' Doubles, 
Miss Ila>ne and Miss I'hilllps, bye; 
Mrs. Hollaml and Mrs. 1-Yench, bye; 
Miss M. ^lell and Mrs. Langley,, bye; 
.\li.ss A. Bell and partner, bye; Mrs. 
Innes and Miss Baker, bye; Mrs. B. 
Green and .Miss Robertson, bye; Miss 
UoHS and partner, byo; Mrs. Mcrritt 
and Mls.H Tui)per vs. Mrs. Elliot and 
.MIsH Langley; Mrs. Genge and Miss 
VMtts, vtf:" .Mrs. Nelson anil Mrs. Mac- 
(lonald; M iss— KWte- and Miss ilarvey, 
l>ye-h-*t-lse ^\. Pitts 4wwl Miss I'ooley, 
l)ye; Miss G. I'itls and .Mrs. Combe, 
bye; Mlna Mara and Mrs. Kitzgllibon, 
live; Mis.'i Mohson and .Miss Allen, 
Itye; Mrs. Proctor and Mrs. Crowe 
baker, bye; Miss Jukes and Mls8 B. 
.Jukes, bye. 



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LIST OF ENTRIES 



JO: 30 a.m. 



vs. Baker 



Vancouv 



er, beat C. 



A. Gamble* 



1-6. 



J. A. Gardinal 
Keefer, 6-2, 6-4. 

B. P; Schwengers beat J. 
6-2, 6-2. •* 

Wlnslowe-beat E.'N. MdCallum 
6-3. 6-4'. 1 ' 

S. Gillespie beat N. ,|Vtontg6meTy, 
6-3,-3-6, fi-3. • -..:-.— 

Mixed Doubles 
" P. J. Marshall abd Mis."! M. Pitts 
beat 'R. P. Wilmot and Miss Coorabe, 



Ladles Doubles 

Miss M. Pitts and Miss V. Pooley 
beat Ml!?sG. ri'i 'vl .Mis.s Cootnbe, 
6-0, 6-1. 

Miss Hayne aiwi .Mis.>) Phillips beat 
Mrs. Holland and -Mr-s; -Pampson, 6-4, 
6-3. 



The complete list Of entries and 
draws is subjoined: 

Men's Singles. 

F. L. Baker, bye-; B. Rhodes, Bye; 
D. D. Dewar, bye; G. X. French, bye; 
P. S. Lampman. by-e-; A. R. McGallun 
and Garrett; C. P. Schwengers and G. 
mtts; E. ..M. McLorg and H. Eberts; 
D. S. Charleston and F. Rome; J. A. 
Rithet and W. H. G. Klrkbride; Hans 
H. Gugler and T. H. Leeming; G. 
Keefer and J. H. Gardinall. K. A. 
Macrae and D. S- Montgomery; J. 
Gamble and B. P. Schwengers; H. G. 
McLorg and P. Gardiner; N. Smith and 
R. Thompson; H. Hepburn and F. L. 
Kingston; S. Royall and M. (J. Row- 
croft; E. E. N. .McGallum and Wins- 
low; N. Montgomery and S. Gillespie; 
S. Powell and A. E. Jukes; A. S. Hew- 
artson and E. E. S. Dewdney; Alexis 
Martin and D. Treweftha James; G. 
L. Burns and A. J. K. D'Arcy; R. P. 
\Vilmot and H.- N. t^Ullatt; H. P. Pol- 
lok and. B. G. Qiijv'ard; E. 8. Jephson, 
bve; F. T. (^orhwall, bye; G. H, Bar- 
nard, bye; I' .1 Marshall, bye; J. S. 
Mattersdn, ■ ■ ' N. Merrett, bye. 
Men's Doubles. 

Dlcjtson ami Lawry v^.- RQ/jfe an<J 
pdrtner; Gharleson and .Burns i's- P.- 
Gardner aJid partner; >< 'amble , and 
Schwengers vs. French ar^d Kingston; 
Dewdney and "Pollock, vjj. Pitts and 
Eberts; MarshaU and partjner vs. Rya"!! 
and partner; Gllltatt abjl Jukes, V8^ 
TrewaVtha Jam*^ an^l Wlnslow; 
Keefer and Klrkbrtd'e, • vs. Thompson 
and Rhodes; Steadmart and Williams, 
vs. Hewetson Sin'd jiartner; E. ^. N. 
McGkllum. n:nd a. Gillespie vs. Gar- 
dinal., and Montgomery; Rithet and 
Pooley, \;s.' Baker and partner; Mat- 
tersQn and. X. M'ontgftmery, vs. Gugler 
and partner; ■ Cornwall and Hepburn, 
vs. N. Smith and partneir; I-Jimpman 
and Leeming. vs. Tyler and \Macrae; 
Hart and LalivBon, vs. McLdrg anil 
Tupper; McGlalUim and Rowcroft, ys- 
ir^chwehgers and J.ei>hson; MerHtt arid 
partner vs. Gript. Crawford and\ Whyte 
Ladies' Singles. . i 

Miss X. Ba^er, bye; Airs.' Chrlatle, 
bye; Mrs. Growth BaketV bye;' MUa 
Pitts and Mrs] Langley; MrB.\Ihne3 
and- Miss M. /Bell; Miss Jukes and 
Miss Hobson; Miss Langley and Miss 
A. Bell; Mls^ Robertson nmd '■.M-'-« •-^.- 
I'itts; Miss PefE^c<6~TmTr MIj 



Powell va. Jukep 

Rome vs. Gharleson. 

Guglei^ and Mrs. Ghrl.stle 
and Mrs, Innes. 

Hewartson and Miss .Mara vs .Mac- 
rae and Miss Bell. - 

.Miss Pooley vs. Mrs. .-Mloi]. 

Miss Jukes and Miss B. Jukes ys. 
Mrs. Growe Baker and Mrs. Proctor. 
11:30 a.m. "' 

Klrkbride and .Miss M. Bell vs. Jeph- 
son and IMjgs Blak*^more. 

Merrltt and Miss Tupper vs Roberts 
and Miss t"itzjrlt)bon. 

Kingston and Mrs. Holland vs. 
Whyte and Mra^jQenge. 

Roy Thompson and Miss Langley 
vs Gardinal and Miss Allen. 

F. L. Baker vs. B. Rliodes. 
D. G. Dewar vs. G. M. Trench. 

.12 Noon 

G. Schwengers vs < I'Jts. 
,2 p.m. 

Kelfer and Klrkbride vi Thompson 
and Rhodes. 

H. Hepburn \ .'^ 1' L. Kingston. 
Wilmot a's E. Xv. GlUiat. 

N>n arKi -»wrn» ■ vs. - Dlekaon 



2:45/ p.m. 



•ming vs. Tyler 



Y8. 



Mrs. Holland and, Miss B. Jukes; .\lrs; 
B. G ree n arid Miss L. • Phillips; Miss 
M. Ricahy and Mi^s K. Little; Miss 
Allen and Miss Pooley;' Mrs. Dewar, 
bye;- Mrs. r>r--'-f'^-^': >^^-'-- M!<"s Fltz- 
gibbon, bye 

\ , Mixed Doubles. ,"* 

s C, iPltta and partner, bye; A, J. D. 
T>'Atc.y and Miss Little, bye; F: T. 
Cornwall i and partner, bye; H. Hep- 
burn and MlsB.Pearce, bye; F. J. Mar- 



Charles 
and Lowrh', 

V, 
lyampmatv 

and .Macrae. 

MlsH.N. Baker vs. Airs. Christie. 

Miss M. Bell RnA' Mrs, Langley 
Miss A. Bell and .Mrs. Pearce. 

.Mrs, Merrltt and Mrs. "Tupper 
Mrs. Elliot and Mi.ss Langley. 

Gilllat and Jukes , vs. ■ Jbnea and 
Wlnslow," - 

Matterspn V5^ > M Merritt. 
,-, '* ,3:30 p.m? '; , 

HewltBbn and (Jugler vs. winners of 
Keefer and Klrkbride. 

Thompson vs. Rhodes. 

D. S. Montgo^nery vs. B. P. Schwen- 
gers. . • 

Rithet and Pooley vs vb. Bal^ (|t|i4 
Roberts. , 

O. M. McLorg v.«i, Eberts. 
4:15 p^m. 
^ .Merrltt and McXell vs. Capt. Craw- 
ford and Whyte. 
I McLorg and Miss X. Baker vs. C 
Trench and Miss G.. Pitts. 

'Mrs. Genge and .Mlsi? I^itts vs. Mrs. 
Nelson and Mrs. Dewdney. 

<Ttili att a nd Miss V. Pbol«y vs. Tyler 
and Mrs. Hobson. '■" 

y 5 p.m. 

_ — Rfbv — ?4tomp*K>n vs winner of D. T.. 
. ySlonTgrmiPry and 'B. 'Schwengers. 

Mrs. Innes and Miss Baker vsr Airs. 



»-*A. 



B, Green" anlJ Miss Robertson. - 

A. S". McGallunv vs. P. S. Liimpman. 

A. R. Futcher and Miss Phillips vs. 
E. L. Dewdney and Miss Hayne. 

Alexis Martin vs. A. L K. D'Arcy. 
5^45 p.m. 

G. Schwengers and Jephson vs win- 
ners of Merrit and McNeil v.<« i tow- 
ford and Whyte. 

Ryall vs. ■ Rowcroft. 
, Hart and I,.aw8on vs. McLorg and 
TuppV-r. 

Gamble ;i;!.! H Schwengers 
Trenc|> and Kingston. 

Matleraon and Mrs. Langley 
Wlrislpw and Mrs. Nelson. 



vs. 



ALVO VON ALVENSLEBEN, Ltd. waIidsmethe 



I r 1 1 Government Street 



Joining in, when tho flg'ht came to 
an untimely end by the Interference 
of two or three strongarmed onlook- 
ers, wbu rusheil out liitu the field, 

"Sam" Lor liner is certainly / the 
strongest as,set of the Cloverdale team. 
When "Sam" gets between the flags It 
i.s impossible fur the goal tender to 
make his escape from the net. But 
"Sam" 1.H righfthere, when, it comes to 
blocking the ball, and he also possess 
snme class a.s a sprinter. When you 
lake after Sam, if you ever do, "■re- 
member that 11 is next to impossible 
to overtake him or pass him, for if 
you try it you will have to make a trip 
around that awful circumference. -Vnd 
this is what a loupU: of the players 
found out last night. They would try 
to reach around the big fellow with 
their .sticks, but It was no use they 
couldn't reach. They would Jab him 
In the ribs and on "Sam" would travel 
with the ball. 

Up to the firesent the North Ward 
team bas gone through the whole sea- 
son without experiencing ii solitary 
defeat, and this is no easy task when 
they have to buck against such teams 
as tho Wests and the Gloverdales, 
Once they had to be satisfied with a 
draw when they ran up against the 
same bunch as they encountered Last 
night, but that was only once and 
they have made up ftlr that once, with 
a vengeance. 

It was a large crowd which turned 
out to see the tweuty-Cour huskies vie 
with each other for therul)ln'r and 
for the honor of placing it in the nets 
hung betweeti the posts. 

The work on tlie luirt of both teams 
was what might bo classed as frag- 
mentary but on the whole tho game 
was a very good one. Both teams 
were earnest In all the 'endeavors and 
played hard at It, to tho host of their 
ability. And in suc-h playing the 
Wards were aiUc-ker at it and with the 
exception of one goal scored in the 
third iniarter all the others were the 
results (if hmg shots. 

Many Chances Missed. 
-Many were the good chances which 
were mlsfSed by both teams to increa-se 
their score, 
• Long and ■ .r i.-~ shots abounded 

-and at times wiii-n it was almost a 
disgrace not to have scored. "Toots" 
Sarglson was the.- bright particular 
stal'. And he scored two of, tho five 
for the Wards, one each in the first 
and third. There was no scoring doiH' ' 
in tho second quarter, byt in third | 
the Wards came up again with three, j 
Johnson and Pettlcrew aiding "Toots" j 
to obtain this number, in the fourth! 

.Petticrev worked in another, four 
minutes before the call of time. | 

As bienltionod before the play in i 
parts was scrappy aiid very scrappy at j 
that, too. Time after time six or sev- • 
en players wuuld gather around the i 
ball and slashing with sticks would 1 
be unable to locate the ball In the tur- 
moil which would result. 

„The checking of some members of 
the Cloverdale team was very loose, , 
and to this manner of carrying on' 

>thelrj)Iay waS directly attributed one | 
or two Of the scores made. i 

Frank . S.\w«eney. Captain of the I 
Wards was off the field for the even- j 
ing, and "Instead of being at point he | 
took up his position behind the net, 
hut not once did he have to raise hia 
hand; Three ot the Sweeneya are on 
the Rick. Ihstj all as the resurt of the 
big affairs which took place on Sat- 
urday. John, P.. with his spiked heel, 
and-'Frank with Injuries which he re- 
ceived in the lacrosse game and Leo 
otherwise out of condition. 

Thos. R. Gusack made his debut on 
the local field as a lacrosse referee 
and held the plAyers well In check. 

This Is the way in which they lined 
tip. 
I'loverdale position North ward 

/■larke goal ....... .Johnson 

Lorimer point Dakers 

Redgrave cover p .Morris 

F^'Inlayson. . , 1st defence ...Noel 

L. Redgrave lind defence .....Kroeger 

'i''^'"?s ^r,\ defence .Brynjolfson 

. . .McCarter 
. . .Pettlcrew 



CAMERON'S Bargains 

Suit s^hd Shirts 

MEN;S_SLUTS— Twxe.hs, Cheviots, plain and fancy Worsteds, 

lllliavy ScFgeSy- -etc^^^cccHent cloth.«;, well tai lored and tip-to- 

dateTn Hit and fit. Regular prices, $i5.Qo"'t6~fi8.0(^, Sale 

price ."7.. r^ . . /.;..vvv-; ... .-...- $12.50 

NKGT:rGH"ErTHIRTSS^ or new Coat style, 

white or fancy .^ Regular price, each, $1:25. Sale price 85^ 



W. G. CAMERON^ 

The Cash Clothier 581 Johnson Street 



* Every Dog Has Has His Day' 

And e\ cry dog .shoiiTdTl£rve~~aicoiraf. ^\'e have a fine selection, 

both useful and ornainenta! — 

Dog Collars— Prices 25^ to ^3.00 

\'crv best Engli.sh and American makes, all .styles, 

with brass trimmings, etc. 

Clayton's Dog Remedies a Specialty 



les, leather 



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Succei or to John Barnftley &. Co. 



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SALMON TROLLING 



W'e have ri nice a.ssorlrnent of. Spoi.nis and linc-^. etc., 

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FCLfd^ IJIVV/O- Oppoiite Weiler'* 



P. O. Box 61 S 



Phone 244^5 



GADBORO BAY 






Ji. Sweeney (capt Oentro 

Mil lines 3rd Homo 

T>emi)ster , . . , :;nd home 

Voung: 1st home . . 

Julian Outside home 

.1 1 1'llirt Inside Home 



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Gloverdate, Lacrosse Twelve 
Defeated by Five to Ni 
-Fast, Rough, Claxton 

Match 



BASEBALL RESULTS 



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lUMily new, (ipni [irc- 



Onc Acre of land, with fruit and vegetable j;ardcn, 6-roomed 
places and large rooms; 2>^ miles from car lin,€ 

Four AcresrCarborrrB^-Park, -part naturally clear, 900-ft, waterfront Ah idegil spotfor a 

home. '■ , * ■ 

Five Acres, all ql cared and fence(iij|-tQom?3..c6Ttagc and buildipgs in good'c.OjidMiQn; runniJlg 

.stream antl r eservoir. 

Four Acres, all cleared and fenred, 70ft. watc-fmnta^e, with bii.tlln ui^e ; n-r<Hini<il limi^i:, all 
modern cnnvcniem cs ; barn and outbuildings in good condition; good orchard, all bearing, 
and all sorts of small fruits; imni^ murt ;- stream running llirout;li Llie proi)ertv. 

We lia\'o h'luses'on'our listP for rent furnished and unfurnished. .Sume are 
and arc just the thing ^)r the summer inmiths." ^_._ 




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.Xorth Ward iipilnil tin' Ohixton 
Clip, last night, ,,a'nd this time it 1,« 
cTnched for sure. They b|eat Clover- 
dale by a score of B-0. , • 

It was a case of youth against old 
age,.) not meaning by that, tl)fyt the 
Cio-ifctdales ywe actiially di/creplts, 
luit?almply that tlw^' loriked rtvlheroutl 
of jl'ondltion to go ui> aga/nst tltS j 
yoWnger bunch of iiulcker and /more ac- 
tivf' athletes. l.lUe the case of one .Mr. 
.leiffries," famous for tlve .loxpresslon j 
ihiit he cbtildnt "come hack" Clover- r 
diiles were nnnhlt^ to keep up the pace t 
of the Wards (ind confiCijiiently - fdtf^eW-^o,'"'' 
dfKwn. ~ ,; 7 /' 

Hut the ''fftlT/.'W'aSl n..t of ilmt sort 
which mnkes- •( thiimplf\g sotind when) "noHtr)n 
Ihe end comes, tliey were let down] Detrnit .. . 
KtiidiiitUy and gently. That doesn't j 
meiin to flay that the game wns al- Chicago . 
logether fr^f frnm ,„ ,l,hi' elemeiU of i PIiila<lflphia 
^o^Klft1c«^^:, f'T ••> speak extn'tly i( ! •-— 

wii.sn't. 

In the fii^st quarter Referee Thomas 
T?, CuH.'ick. had a thriller when .Julian 
anil Morris got Into a aUercalion, and 
for ,n niinnto It looked ns if it were 
going to lie n free for sill, Heveral 
of liiti otiier ijlayers were In the act 



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icing absence from tho Uirrosse field, 
and while' he was quite willing tyad- 
mli he had enougri vvhcMi tlaie was 
called at the t^nd. of an hmir a fast 
practice., he was still Kolng strong, al- 
though not as frisky as at the start «Jf 
th« work-out. . 

Tommy expressed himself as de- 
liBhti-d with the chance to Ket back 
into the game again. Hevcrul group 
and action photos were tak^n with 
Vlurns ;ui the central flKuie. Atter 
the -practice JNlanager Jones signed 

him up. . ■ , 

From New Wc^tmkiHt^rv''. toda> 
comes a runnir of howls of. protest 
raised by the. Koyal^ .City champions 
executive ov.-r t lie report that Con 
Jones had signed up a former worlds 
champion • fiKliter. ..^U .play against 
Westminster. At last accounts al the 
.\e\v Westminster players were taking 
,.ut extra life insurance, fc^lnmge the 
VA.VCOL-\h:u. -Aug. J.- Aiunhor Westminster men^, were always sluw 
new player was signed up by Manager) to See the p oint o tJi^uko- 

Con, Jones, ot the~N''jancouver Lacrosse; ~" :iZrt.„„Hon ~"~~'. — ~' 

.'iub, afierhr^t' night's practice. And-j- -■ - ^ ExplauAaoft,- . .. . 

It is no e.Kaggerallun to .say that this! To tlie. .Spi<rUug Kdlior: -.''. ' j .. 

new player is one of the most I'amoun^ Sir — Your .remarUB^ on Saturaaj s 
athletes in the world at the present i cricket match. Victoria vs. Vaneoviyer, 
time. The signature of the new player! are rather misleading. Whether \ lo- 
was witnessed by the Sporting editor! lorla Bcbred.,- the neeee.'iaiy if runs in 
of The World and the docunient waaLtaielii .BeiLond_ Jmilnga or^^not they. , had 
duly forwarded to Secretaj'y Lynch. i won the game' bn71lSB_^ TtrsTMriTttftg*- 
ot the It. C. L. ?^. In Xow AVestniinster score by 60 riina. .Tbe'/ldea "^'ictoria 
today. Here Is the wav the newTiiad In Trying to iret the. S6:-run3 to win 



PLAY LACROSSE 



The Ex-Heayy weight ' "Cham- 
pion Pugilist Has Signed 
With Vancouver. Team and 
■Commences Practice. , 




LACROSSE 



on Vancduvrr's two Innings, was to 
nuike the vjQtovy more decisive, and Uils 
wa»_ aco(«apaiah.ttiL^ th anks, to Lowry s 
pplendld himng.__Vlctoria liad less than 
1 5 minute? to get We f arts- Jtnil-rtha* 
tluiy were obtahiefj. .vvUh oyer tw»-min- 



lilayer . signed his name: 

"Tomrhy Burns, Canada. 

Sounds kind -o( -f«raliiar., 
Yes, Tommy, the one-tbne heaVy- 
\\-eigTn wofta^S" cliariffpibn , of the ring, 

went back to hta old love — ^lacrosse. It ,,,>,, „i-,^, v ..-.^.^ ..,,.-. _ 

is to the l^anadian national game that! u tea to spar e, tells Its own tale. .Van 
lie .says he owes a larK»>„§.fe.are of hisi rouver'is nulck way of getfltig the 
btamlna— tmd-^-— Atsvetopment. Hearing! changea-ma*r^»»tween the <»v«rs stamps 
that 'the.. Vancou vers were to have! them as ■ '•■■'" ■"• mio ajvortsmen. The 
ThelTrfinaL work-out for the match In Lsiina^Qal; vaijed through- 

■^Now Westminster tomori'ow^ _Tt>inniy I oxit the, i..^ti- ■■ •■ [> .rs put up a 

Immediately soit^t out Manager Con splendid tight ' ' "^ 

Jones and begged permission to turn 



OF 
SPORT DISCUSSED 



TorontQ Clergyman Declares 
That Cra'ze for IVlotoring is 
Becoming 3 e ri o u s' M e n age 
to Country's Welfuie, 



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ly the sporting editors of the morning 
and evening papers. These foUl plays 
should not be trcaled fUppantly, as If 
they were the nornial accompaniment d 
of the game, and those guilty of them' 
the lieroes ot the match. Parents and 
teachers should Imriress vipon children 
and scholars that It is better to; lose 
tlian dishonorably to win, that no 
sport is worth taking interest in un- 
less It Is clean, "i^ure sp'-rt," lie said, 
■•strengthens the moral fibre of the 

iT*W^»^; degenerate spurt i.s the surest _ j ' , oU'f4..,..,, \/!,,+,^.-!,^, .r- in 

sign and forerunner of national de- SawdUSt' Shlftei S VtCtOriOUS in 
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MARTIN SBERTDAN 

BEGIMS TRAINING 

NEW YORK, August , 1.— Martin 
Sheridan, of the Trlsli-Amerlcan Ath- 
letic Club, has. started active training 



Baseball Match With-..:Vic.-. 
toria Nine Played on Sunday 
— Detailed Scores. . 



Slruclc out, hy l.;avyson;.7; Moori; G. 
.l-ioiK,erm-ta...Jaftri4Qa;v,atalett-basfi»_E-os<^- 
boom, Erb. Dawson, S.^ Shanks, Rob" 
ert.Hon, Potts'. Time of gamer 2 hours; 

L. C,ir\', unuilre. ' 



. .../«uiNi. ' -vuK I III' mocp 1 . ,. I ^MnOMAIN4J«.'J"ttly^::8t^---Cliornairius 

read the" accounts' of our games •-, f-^"- t'.H> «""»"1 "''-';':'-'^i.!3~^^l'T,f 'vl'h u-h ''•'" ''"^^"^ ^anothei— victory to her 
•hocker==hirroaet^r.-^^a8eball, rooibanr^'''^^'- ^>"'^^'-''^'' -Vthl-tic '-''' '"- "',''^: - stnhig^ of siiccessful games by defeat- 
und to a less extent other games -the '« schedule.! to take I'lace at (.hjica^o i„_g. .^ fast, heavy hitting aggrcgjitlon 
more I feel that they aiiein danger of the .latter part ot next month. : .8ent^up_from Victoria to try and; trim 

becoml»ff-a» serious menace to the The big champion u'as undecided for the SawiTusl Shltters,-J)u,t to no avail, 
welfare-of the- country, that thex'"!iro- st^mi- Hwe as to^v h o th t-r hfe-«hould.-.eii^ -^'h*y~vv4j.ttMsent^liamii-4t.Asdser aiid._more 
doing harm rather than good." So t(^r the event this year, but lil.-i friends gooi4.-natured crowd. 



"VJcCoi'la Select 
Chemainus . . . 



LO 0? 000 — 3 
060 100 0,0—7 



lining narm laiiier man ijouu. c^u <.- • f.-. ........ — « .. ^ , - - 

said Rev. canon Plumptre, rector or prevailed Upon him to make the er- 

St. James- cathedral. In a sermon re- fort andjie has iiow nmde positive .ap^ 

; ... .,■«.,..., .,.......y>^,,.Mj..r,* fr. * V* ^ rtPffii-^f that lift Will 

ceil tly Mil Corrujjtlun of Sport. _ 



Tile text -was the statement of St. 
I'aul. "It a man strive j'or the mast- 
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\\Jti-:i-,i.BR.. JR... 
Official Scorer. 



LIBERATE MANY 



NEW PHcASANTS 



out with. tliGL- bQj:tJast _n|tfht _for a 
work-out. Needless to' say Con e>-' 
pressed -hlmsC'K §8 4telighted,jwltlr^^ 
characteristic suniiy" stiiTle. " j 

If Tommy ijurns" performance onj 

the lacrosse, field Is any criterion, it I ^ 

is not a question of' "come back"-jA-ith i — rr ' _, .. . 

hlin in connection with his ring our-i VAN^ oC VER, August l:— So tar 

eer It was- the first time tliat Tom- ; thfs yeiu=~we~-"hTrnr--d+s.trlbtited about 
inX had a lacrosse stick in his handJ4T0 Mongolian pheasants from the new 
for Hhree vears. Yet he cavorted! government-, breeding farm ^t Ihim- 
arou>a like a young. coll_ and mixed wack-350 to the CrhilllwacTc and^ Lad- 
it a.f readily .ftttd lively as ayy of the|ner districts on the. Mainland, _and. the, 
biK feUows on the teuni. Tommy balance on Van couver .^Xiland , Mat. s 
dXWed a i^cgulat^on green jersey with! Bryan Williams, x^^■o^•\^^c\^\ gav 
nT 7 on' it. \hich would indicate that den. "We have about 400 bi... 



hfe was playing In \\\i old position on 
the liome'field. While there are bet 



nou^iicement To the effect that lie will 

compete. , - ..: . 

, , , Sheridan says he is really In no con- 

ul. "It a. man strive tor" the mast- ^^^^^on to enter tlie contest^ as IiaJias 

,. yet is he not crowned except ha ,„,t trained for months, so that he T^'iH 

strive lawfully." -The Canon referred hnvM M?t work cnr o^ i j , f^o f hiro if he de- 
-to,„th.&.iUiSolutel y rigid enf orcement_fif.^i,p«t«.-to^ aga In carry olV tlie'Ti'JUorsT"'""' 

the laws regulating the Greek gamea, V 

iJoth duf itig ,tlie_period o? tirBining and 

in the actual contests. He cxpresaeid 

the fear that we ftrje In JjanserJA the 

present day of falling to a standard 

fai--beiaw. that reached in tlte. ancient 

world. He Itistauced not only the 

lengthening limits of those maimed or 

killed^in-contest, which, lie said, "have 
■■more — lii r u unno n with gladiatorial 

shows than with honest English 

sport." but aTsTTlft'-TrtTmntt^-'of-'ti^tft-^ 

ers who delil^er.'ii.'i-- ir:nn those un(4er' 
Hi»elr*:eareLtP law?, of tho 

game and to . -ticm-t>y the . • r> *- r"! U D^^/^r4rt/I 

referee, and to incapjfimate from play VlctOHa COUntTy UlUO HepOrteU 

members of thQ .QpiMisliig team. - 

The speaker went so f aif as to Bay 

that he was convinced more harm la 

capatJlt; of being done "by tHli*r kinds 

of sport than la due to the pernicious 

inlltrerrc ea and — assottetions of tho 

prize ring, for prize-fighting was at 

least a straight, open knd aboVe- board 

form of port, though (t might be a 

brutal one^. :TTIie=-»nfor«ivjU)lv< sin in 



For the vHsitin^t^eam.'Hooi'e'pli' i' '■ 
a .star- game while "EoBeHlB^rf—did i!ie 
receiving. Browfi at short play ^^d a 
^lean 8ni^^pi»y game and -eon vested TTie 
only chance of the day Into a double, 
well handle'd. A. Shanks, Pliunnier., and 
S. Shanks held- the bags to sHtisOic- 
ti^Mi, ^('"'onnelll"''^"'^"'' fiTi-rt--PtWrg play- 




to turn out t his sbason. 

The jtfongoliaifptrea'sa n.t haa hcr o- 



the home tleld >^ nue uiere are u«.- ^'- ^^ " stranger to British Co 
ter stick-handlerr P^^^l^ly ^ on ^ the; "^ re ,b ^^^^.^j,.f ,,^^,,1 ,„ ^^16 

Vancouver team. Tommy surprised the ""',-1 ce being the Chinese Ringnecks. 



fans at the cleverhess he showed in 
the scrimmages. He does not bore in 
• quite as aggressively a8^ some of the 
western home style of plaiyers, and. is 
i KclTWea -to- Tety T>n short ptin^lng iun». 
ong the home field in gettihg goals. 
However, Tommy scored a couple all 
by himself last .night, despite thebig 
defence that was in front of him. ^^e 
sticky Canadlati champion showed ex> 
cellent staying powers, flesplte hii 



province being the Chinese Ringnecks. 
The^ provincial government has niet 
with great success in breeding the 
birds. They are turned loose when 
about^stx weeks of age," 

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The Amalgamated Det'felopment 
company challenged independent in- 
vestigation of its statenients regard- 
ing its oil properties at Katalla. Alas- 
ka, iXow,, Independent Investigation 
[^supports -the company's »tatei»ent8,.J*j!; 



to Be Arranging for Waek^^s 
Horse-Racing, Startih g op 
20th Inst. 



oruiai onc^.vTi««^.«v»»»v.«u.v. =... ..., V\hile. the report that the 

all true sport was a deliberate and! Country Club had purcha^. . ' , 

fungus growths..of_.our various games, .j^^^ ^^j^^jj^^^ 

Pnbllc opinion, said Can«n Piump-l j..^ 
iri , ' >7e sTn^ed tO' recognize th- 



(d the. Held i)08llions as they should 
nawaon for tlic home team gave the 
visitors any amount of angleJj and 
^■.urves an d ia cr edited with seven 
strike outs, asalstedr-by "Murrah w*to 
has >truck his gait behind 4b*-taat and 
can-^-ait^~ any bnbV^ho tries to nap 
on bases, ■ Krb on first ia a safe bet 
whenever, a .ball is idtched or batted 
to him. Juml)'> is improving on second, 
\vhile Roselfonni oh"tWrd, -n-ttl-~h«Ve ti) 
play ball as his position is' directly In 
front of tho new grand staiid. Cath- 
cart. Reeves, and Ma nsun -ttvail them- 
selves of anythiiiij; offered in the field. 
The feature: t>f the game was the 
home run in the second Inning by 
. Ilurmbn with the bags f ull, netting . 4 
'Ttm« when two more were "ivdtled mak- 
ing the total six. 

~ Xi. Cary,, of Chemainus, umpired a 
very Impartial game and was always 
on the .spbt for a <!lose decision. 

inalhus opened a new grand 
ihUt^-iyaiJ very much needed and 
: a decided Impro.vemeot for 
■ ;.ing-n ga me.- - ' ' . ' - — 
The, wmmary follows: 
Victoria 

AH. R. k PC. A. E 
Plummer ..,...„ ^—-5-- O ^ 
A. Shank* ...... (5 2 2 





Fa«t Baseball Match Looked 
ifor Saturday — To- Arrange 
Competition Between Ball 
aiid Cricl<et Players, 



SPITER HER! 



Champion Mile Runner Re- 
ceives: Con^ 
Condolences 



anthentic sources cpme the In- 



that the Coimtry Club' prf> 

liHTig the .horsemen tiV the IPoHb •-" 



F. H: Moore ,*. 
F. McConnell .. . 
rj. Robertson 



„.,. . , and disgraccftitn«ss ofth«-i" .,,bi.ib h..- 

things. It must be so elevated as to .^.^y nuaip this month. If Is/siiJiLihaLJ A. Shanks ,. 
demand and InslBt upon a higher i t),g mcrrV-go-round wl]l open about iK-. Brown •,•• 

standard. The press, he said, Avas the 20th insl. Horaemen are reported Baker 

obviously responsible for creating an(i; to be ready iind willing to pay Victoria | 
crvstalli^ins imblic opinion, especial- a visit before the - ason's conelusioi), j 



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JClxe.. -Victorlii—baseball Utii.n\ will ho 

paraded at the Royal Athletic ball 

yard inext Saturday afternofln, when 

Tprheir^oppoheiVts will be the Spirlil;, of 

-.:__:: ^^eTirttP7"tlT£TTmiTrAVhlt?1?-Tmted the city 

uf ^wcc ks ago and toolt WuttaU.t'.i 

|H Is into camp. 

There is reason to bi-^lieve that this — 
the first match for some time— will be 
Komething real gbod. The Spirits are 
Hald t<> 1><! stronger Than a monyi ago, 
having gathered strength from the dis- 
organized farces of a number of other 

nounclng that his team la fast, and- 
conlidently looking; forward to another 

ceives Con^ratulatlmTs ancTT^""^''^- 

*^ ' Ldeally the news -that the Spirits 
are in sufii. good shape has caused 
pleasure. Few of the hoine boys have 
all<nved the interval of rest to pass in- 
actively. They' have been playing 

-rJiii--T»--M„ v.. ,. £' , . . %Vith dilTerent aggfiegatloha -and ata 

^n-p. Sweeney* the ^hei-j) of local! reported to be In fine condition to a 
^•- ■■■■■■ iiy Canadian who won j„j,n ujrgttr^rMr. Wattalet has been 

' ;'e<l"epc& in the Paci-,,.oundlng up his men for the past aev- 

iir A.jriJi«c:u champmnship at \an-:eral days, has succeeded in capturing 
couver last Saturday, was the sub- and putting them in hwrness, and 
ject of both congratulation and con- promises that when they don their unl- 
dolenco yesterday. He wandered forms next Saturday they will be 
about with a cane to support his readv to give the fans a splendid exhi- 
game leg— for John received a nasty bltlon of the American national game, 
spike from his opponent as he sprint-| From this date forth until the end 
ed toward the line. Though woynded' of the .season, Wattalefs youngsters 
he finished strong, will be given something to do on every ,„ 

This Is the way John saya tii .t ijoUday and at every week-end. Ar- 
happened: - ■' i rangement.4 are being made already 

At the commencement Of the third. for the summer's finale, which will 
and final lap of the race Harry Rid- 1 take the form of a game between a 
son, the Seattle entry, was bouiul th.at prominent local cricket club and the ' 
he was going to win the race, and Ibasebay players at the former's game, 
jumped into' tinr lead'. But' there was "Give uS a couple of fairly good bowl- 
one' nanied John P. who_waa more de- ers and that's all we want," the man- 
termined that Harry wa;s nbt going, to! dger e.vclaimed y,esterday. He believes 
hav.e it. for lie dogg ed Harry lean uilyj that his colts can adapt themselves 
close,, never allowing him to get morelto the British -pastime, providing they 



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have the assistance of bowlers. The 
fans^ would like- nothing better than to 
see the unlformedxlads who have been 
accu.stonioij tovfacl; the aerial benders 
of most o-f the amateur twirlera of 
|,.Wiish.lngton.. with a broad bat con-' 

rs of a 

, , , , , - ., would 

the. Victoria boy was. even with himjj-.g gome rooting, 
he tried to elbow him out towards the - 



than a few feet ahead.r W-hen tkey 
Jiad gone three-qtiart er a ' o f the way 
around the track, John thought that 
it was about time that he jumped into 
tl»e lead if lie was going to win. Ac- 



cording _^hc_pac«l-nut^at«l-ca«rht^^p-—^^^ 

with Rldson. ^Vhen Ridden saw that .QQ^,pn,^,r a York. There sui,ly 



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THE PLEASANTEST PICNIC OF THE YEAR 



Mildred A. Mercer, 506; Ida Haugman, 
505; Httrold M. VVhlti-, -505; Gladys V. 
Bodley, 501; Grac«i J. MoAll|«ter, 500; 
Duncan A. Mi'Intosh. 499; ElvlU M. 
Scott. 498; »thel M. Pope, 490; May A. 
Kittson, 486; Elmfcr \V.. Cook, 482^ 
Violet M. Moultoii, 478; Alfred L. Oak- 
ley, 478; Bertha JU-'X^iVJ ■? 4 : i-^iorencc,! 

L. HuUev, 472; Johiv A. riiambers 
Martha il. Standitdi 455r 
ger, 450. ■''■ 

Advanced chiirse, junior grade; 
inaxlnuim mark, 1,000; Number of ean- 
(tiilalcs, 28; paH.sert 25,; Alice P., Bowell 
802; Wilfrid r>A. McAUisitt'V, 729; El- 
mer I^. C'arncroaa, 719; Henry U' Tup- 
ped 704; Wilfrid J. Ai-flvibald, '672; 
1-VedericHarrlaon, 659; JuanletS E. 
Trapp. G'14; Charlotte M- Rennie, 643; 
(,).Hboriic II. Howker, 630.; Charles E. 
i»liver, 629; GeorKe S. Kinnira, 606; 
Allen Lewis, 602; Elizabeth M. Crake, 
590; Annetta E, Trothewey, 575;, An- 
nie R. Pliiliips, 570; Sarali A. Tidy, 
504; Marsarfft E. Barehu.^, 541; Slgrid 
.M. i<:. Johnsoa, 532?- Phylliit-^'l- W^Ewth.--. 
i-r.stonhauKli, 530; ElizuVjeth R. Skea, 
WM ; 'riiumas ^V^; -MtvVlilstcr; 527 ; Mar- 
loM R Hood, 532; Gertrude E. -Diamond 
r,22; Annie B. Mitchell, 522.; Gladys R. 
WliilfdoyrirrS^ '■—-—■■■■■■ • - - ;;• - 

I'lill CourHO; Junior .Orade: Maxi- 
nium mark, 1,200. Niiniber of eandi- 
date."*, 2;' pi.i.'^mm!. !; Isobel TT. Kirl>\-. 
(iy;i. 

Belmonth Scltool, Langley Prairie. 

i'reilminary coarse, , juidor Kradc;. 
maximum mark, '900: number c)f can- 
didates, -9; passed 3: Reginald A. 
Moore, 705; Edward W. Bersy; Ti25; 
Margaret C>. Wilson. 543. 

GoquHlam School. 

I ■r+dimimipy — course, — jxmlu r ;■,.. ! , i d e; 

M.,\imum mark, 900; number of ean- 

aidaiea 2 : pa^g.e.O-i^^^Mtce >t_iY.slEhfec. 

452 ; Basil It^ln^. 450. ^, . . .. 



dates, S; -patsaeiir 2: Thomas Talliot, 
531; Myrtle Ktanton, 513. 

Salmon Arm C«ntr« 

Preliminary course, 
maxim unitn'urks, 900; 
dldates, 11; -passed, 6- 
wood, 568; John W. 
Eva WftdP, 541; 
Louise E. ivcns 
MacKuy, 488. 

Full course junior Brade; maximum 
murks. 1,200; 
2; passed, 1— 



Junior grade; 
number of ean- 
-GeorKe Ctreen- 
Laitlnen, 548; 

Evelyn Rellly, ,5U2; 

504 ;^r- Murdock M. 



4*4V WHliam 6. fiiimer, 4*8 ; Wilbur 
B. Ney, 463; Elisabeth Shannon, 4^9; 
Percy A. Allen. 465; Cora E. Stafford, 
454; Edward 8. Davidson, 452; Norma 
M. Morgan, 462; William K. Baynea, 
45l'; Madgu 1. Mciieffey, 4B0;, James 

L. Sclater. iro. " — - 

Prtsllmlnary course, jUnlor grade, 
commercial; maximum mark, 700. 
.Nuaibei-~.of-.can41date» 19; ijasaed. 15; 
Arthur H. Beamer, 509; Maude E. 
Williams, 4631 Yoiande V. McKenzie, 
ni;mber ot c{indida,te8,;,443'; Greta P. Shaw, 434; Rose Crouch- 
Rosr E. ivens, 650. j'er, 413; Harold J. Bailey, 409; Muriel 



Lew4M-JJ^-J««-<f-candidatu», 2; 
Johnson, 61Y, i 



Advanced course, junior grade; 
iiiaxijmuiri marks, 1,000; num!)er of 
passed, 1 — Saranh M. 



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Columbian College. 
l:-term<?dlatc grade, maximum mark, 
1,200; number of candtdjlloa, -l;. passed. 
0. / 

. Private study., ^ • 

Intermediate (rrad.v, maximum 

!!'.:irk, 1,200; candidates. 1; 

li.L.-,.-,ed on». ' : I Mvid8dnf'753. 

-^„J?aachland Centre. 

Preliminary course. Junior grade; 
ma xlrmim m ark, »Of»r n u m b er -frf- (^nn - 
dldates, 8; passed 5; Hawlet- K- J>i<!- 
Intyre, 576; (Summerland) ; Grace 
Logle,, 572, (Suriimerlandi; .Alfred H. 
Eluatoh, 556 (Pwitrhtend) : Alice L. 
Morris, 549; iPeachland); „ L,ula 1. 
Brown,. 457 (Peachland) 
-Full coiJirae, Junior grade; maafbmxm 
marks, 1,200; number o£ oan4l<^t08. 1; 
passe(i, 0. ■ ■ , * 

Advanced course. Junior grade; max- 
imum marks, 1,000;, number of candi- 
dates, 4; passed. 2; Bessie P; Seaton. 
556, (Peachland) Gertrude V. Gum- 
nijou, &i22 (Peachland.) 

Revelstoke Centre. 

Preliminary course. Junior grade; 
maximum m&rks, 900; number of ear>- 
dldates, 16; passed, 16: Muriel Por- 
ter. 6601 Gladys U Urquhart, 654; 
l"r. derlck "Frnser, Ci30; Alice E. B' 
i;27 ; WUllam V. Toiiiiriison; 61?;' Alfi 
Tapplilg. ei4; Vesta E. Procunler. 6uu. 
Heber U Coursler, 597» Mary E. Field, 
594; Bertha M. Hobhs, 578; Douglas. S. 
McCartcr, 559; Frederick B. Lyttle. 
rA'2: Mar,1"rlo A. Ynung. 540; Ruth M. 
M r . v i! .ill; Lome _M. McLeod, 486; 
ll.uoi.i 1-'. Gord6n,..lS5^ , Z 

Advttn(?ed course Junlot ""Brade, 
ma\!i''i Til marks, .1.000; nimiluM- nf 

can.! S; passed, 7: 1 . 1 

PM-tri k. ' "; "May J. Man ■ ■ •.• 
James L. La>vrence, 610; Clare Eras- 
er, 593; Ella B. M«?any, 553; Frances 
M. ..La wa6n>..&5i3i;. Doris JL jpeni^lett,, R^O. 

" p^ '.Rossland CentriSi; ( '/"j'/'Y 
■'l^eUmlnary course, junior gfadeu 
maximum marks. 900; number of can v 
dldates, 14; passed. 3; Hazel A. Wal- 
lace. 501; Hazel M. Trehthathv 48»; 
Lilian E. King. 481.-r— ~ rr^-^ 

Full Course, Junior srade: 'maxi- 
mum marks, 1,200; number of candi- 
dates, 1; passed. 0. 

Advanced course. Junior grade, max- 
imum marks, 1,000; number of candl- 



- r^^i' ■ 355- 

Britannia School 
Preliminary course, junior grade; 
maximum mark. 900; number of can- 
didates, 67; pa-sststU 42-— Amy E. Guiin, 
664; George S. Abernethy, 6S0i -U»cllo 
1. Hoyd. ir-'6; TlsreUa L. Mitchell. 608 ; 
Tose Nichlda,-Wi9; Reginald Tom. 577; 
Glady'T'M. Cusford, 576.; H. Maxwell 
Eordr-»^'l- \\;\:''-\ I' Sha.w. 561 
13. Rog. 1 loyd Mutton, 554; j.vyilllam 

Iti^gh-- Mui.i... .."". -t?tMi#l«* A. 
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("i. Noxon. 405; Isabel A. Pollock. 403; 
Violet Rowley. 390; Euphemia V. Bell, 
384; William. J. McMillar, 383; Doug- 
las E. I'earsull, 379; Elizabeth Mi>o^iey. 
359; Edith 11. Altwood,. 350; May B. 
rfiindera, 350. ^ 

Fulf cburse,''Tunlor grade, maximum 
marks. 1,200. Number of candidates. 
51; passed, 27: Harold A. DesBrisay, 
702; Walter A. Hykes. 787; Nellie M- 
.Sbn'rpe, 779; Ronalda P. MacCaul, 773; 
Fioreiu:e E. Denton,, 770; Stanley A. 
.MacLcnnan, 747; Russell Atkinson, 737 
Muriel U. Carruthers, 735'; Rutli A. 
Harvey, 730; Dudley I". Durrani, 722; 
McLelland C. Stewart, 698; Lillian 
llarcu.s, 695; Charles B. Underbill, B95; 
Georsicruui U. I'aterson, 612; Mary V. 
MacLean, 698; Mary L. Wilson, 684; 
Grace T. Kent, 679; Ernest E. Lord, 
i;79; Lol(! E. Stewart, 665; Eva M. 
'I'hom'p.son, 660; Henry E. Torey, 655; 
Dorirttiy TS.' Wooldridge, 639; John H, 
McLenndri, 637; Violet E. Ray, 621; 
Kennetii N. McRae, 610; Eltrida A. 
(Mil, 603; Harold A. F. Gibson, 000; 

Advanced couthc, junior grade, ih'>.xl- 
imini marks, 1,000. Number of ea'rt' 
didatcK, 87: passed, 67; Dorotliy .M 
llorulj^V-838; Shirley P. Clement, K2K 
Loul8^!-R. Norris, 731; Wyndom IC 
Shannon, 710; Maggie 11. UIhU, 70 
lOvely-h D. Lipsett, 706; 'Uh.imas S. H. 
.Shearman, 695; Laura M. White, 693; 
Juh.anna H. MacLeod, 689; Jessie J. 
, AiUiersoUj 681; Hernadette K. MacKin- 
Everly]Tibn, 681; Helen McNaughton, 670; 
N. Kempr'"064; Tliomas II. 
X^TV-j- Boyd, 658; Pharlo D. Honeyman. 049; 
550; Helen L. Honeyman, 647; Bolls J. 
Svence.Skl, 647; Dorothy M. Nelson, 638 
Charles N. T. Ca.rnsew. 636; Nell C. 
Gilchrist, 636; Edith M, Ward, 628; 
Florence S. Sluggitt. 627; Edna M. 
Hearns, 626, Olive M. Rogers, 620; 
John n. Gill, 819; Brian R. Perry, 
617; Arthur Taylor, 613; Christine 



rence. 551; Leonard C, Wright 

Roderick V. Cutler. 545; Ethel M.. 

Biteman, 542; Olga Benedett. 534; | 

Hllma Price, 52'' \nm(beila M.; 

Prr.wrr-S«c:=fttffOr' ■ 613: R''b-| 

erntr-TtMlriek,' 41 1 - . - • ; .-.it . i-'owlcr, j 

507;- Margaret K. Matrle, B0*4 Hariiei 

E. Cleveland, 505; Walter Q. Elder,! orebbin. 603; -^Dorothv CowpeTlTiw'fllte 

Uvi; jSamuel EvaJis.1jOT;:-itrtaii-A.<:as--^(j01; Levi Handy. 601; Carleton M. 

sidy. "<9fr Florence M. Barber, 494; | element, 599; Bernice M. Dolrson. 

Leslie McC. Leach, 490; Margery K.| 596; Richard A. Kendall, 695; Edna 

AlacD<mald ''^"- '''-''a E- Dlllman,! McWhlnne.v. 593; Katherine Smith, 593 

487;. Miibol ' l,„47 8; .^ El_eanor I 

J Miller, 47 . . .i.ti- I > .;bson, 474; Rav- 

mnnd Mason, 472; Ethel. M-Bawn 

469; Kdtth-Mr A. Findlay, 469T Jc. . . . 

McDowell. 455; Anna M.' FllSber. 453; : 

Mary-T:.- E11tDtr,--Tt«0T - Al«x. - J. i^eitch. 1 

450; Geneva W. McLeod,. 450. 

Advanced course. Junior grade; 
maximum mark, 1,000; 
candidates, 14; passed. <— vjja.i.vs i«.j 



number of 
7 — Gladys M. 
Morgan, 622; Sadie E. McKay. 694; 
Ella Cameron. 592; OHVe F. Flndlay, 
584; Cecil Otton, 571; >Iargaret M. 



Alda M. Ganton, 589; Wanda T. 
S< hweslnger, 584; Paul L. McCreery, 
• Arthur L. T. I.X)ckyer, 575; Rob- 
1 H. Klrkpatriek. 573; Myrtle F. Mc- 
Corlwil. 571; Albert G. Poupore. U58'; 
Carrie I. Elliott, 557; John R. Foilrnier. 
553; Vera M. Lewis. 547; Charles A. 
Cameron, 546; Helpn -G.~Cla1-k, 546; 
Harrv F. Devlin, 643; David \V. Peak, 
543; Erwln J. .Smith, 543; Robert P^ 
C.'unnlngham, 538; Mabel I. Morrison, 



-Jdatheson, 550; Eula M. Keast, 517, 
" Full course, junior grade; maximum 
mark 1,200; number of candidates, 20; 
jiassed, 8 — Sr^tee_ A. Williamson; ^55; 
Edward H. Newton, 
780 ;• Gordon Craig, 
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king Edward High School 

Preliminary course. Junior grade; 
maxinnim mark. W<:f; number of can- 
didates, 214; 160— Edna M. 
Ta^Tw; 813: K . 1 St- Bunttr-'^ii;- 
Tresyhair R. Jeftrtr?, — 711; puncan 
McD. Law^on. CST; Ernest Le Mes- 
»urler, 68fi; Cli i i E. Stone, 685; 
Leonlc JC. C. 1. : , 684; Elizabeth 
A. Hatch, 681;. Hur.ry F. Q. Letsou, 
fiV9;-^^atTjW-E. Wilson, «M; Xouis A. 
B^igley, 660; Niria M. Carr, 653; Fred- 
erick J. Reld, 650; Irene L-Mc;«Ieill, 
646; Vera M. Bissett, 641; Ralph F. 
Bagley, 637; Lucy iV. Sheppard, 637; 
Allan G. \V. MoLelan, 6S6; Jearifeltef 
li...Su()U3e, 632; Florence B. Chaiiin, 
630; Isabel G. MacMillan, 630; Wlnt- 
Irlde C. Curran. 626; Josle P. Rose- 
bough, 623; \\ A, Curran, 619; 
Francis B. Hct! u,. 619; John A- 
An. Enieht C. C^ar.son, 618; 
Doi '. I. shall, 616;. Gerald H. 
Merrill, 616; Vharles A. P. Murlsun, 
616; Grace E. MacPhcrson, B13; l?>ank 
X. Bledsoe. 611; Hilda M. MacRae, 
611; George K. Lee, 610; Mildred M. 
Caldcr, 60S; Aldyth M. Irj^lahd, 604; 
Annie M. MacPhail, 600; May JRogers, 
596; Lester B; We.st. 596; Albert Tay- 
lor, 593; Islay S. Mason, 592; Charles 
kr ■ KoSebrugh, 591; En>iTia.- Feasant, 
5<J0; Jblvn E.' Mi;lhrrn. .<<S: -Esther 
Ftnyir, '^SSS;^ e, 1682; 
Hazel M. John ; Warhe, 
578; John W«Nort)», oil ; Vvna Hay, 
675;. Daisy M. McDougall, 575; Helen 
K. Sills, 675; Mabel Feasant, 671; 
Tliomaa- Hurst, 668; Henry H. O'Dell, 
565; William H. Campbell, 664; Wanda 
M. Ross. 564; Harold N. Watts, i>64; 
Edward M. White, 663; Albert T. F. 
Holmes, 562; Charles Tupper, 560; 
Kathleen P. Duncan, 559; Loyle A. 
Morrison, 656; James P. C S^uthcott, 
556; Thomas H. McGown, 554; TSor- 
inan P. Spear, ;563; Elfreda -MUley, 
552; Arthur J. Desrosiers, 6(51; Rtlpert 
J. Jeftares. 547; George W. We.lr,/647; 
William F. Majfwel,!, JJ44; Francis H- 
Jones. 541; Eva Know ling,' 540; i'rank 
Warne, 538; De St. Dennis Duches- 
nay, 537;- Mary L. Mttchcll, 637; Jes- 
sie M. McDonald, 537; Eustace R. 
Shearman. 536; Bayard M. Carter, 
535; Winifred A. Lee, 533; Amy R. 
McArdle. 633; Rosalio 3W. Morrts, 532; 
.Janet L. E. ArcTavlsh, 632; Harry- S. 
lloiloway, 531; R"«" l^l-'Leman, 629; 
Jesrile H. Bevet! .28; Gerald 
Mitfchrl! ■■'>■ ''" ' ii.>ddard,^-5iZ.;-l 
(ieiirg' ■ '-'i ', Norman R. 
Cauitieiu, .,-'.. V. i..;.d K. McDouguil,: 
525; Janie Law Bodie, 523; Eva C-t 
Gross, 523; Joseph R- Clarke, 622;; 
alary % A. Authier. .520i' ' Noel D.\ 
l^mbert, bliO; Violet ii.^Demp»ey, i»lU; 
Ri.bert H.'McLeod. 516; I'-rances • M. 
Kortt. 615;' Ruth E; McNfeulty, 515; 
Agnes J. JS—BeJl. 513; Cornelius B. 
Painter, 513; James. 1j. Pyke, 512; 
Tliumaa D. Smilb. 512; A. 'St., C. 
DolJle. 511; Frank F. Jamleson, 510; 
Henry J. Bcamjsr, 506; Thomas. J. 
Rafte"ry7-a06; Harold D. Robinson, 50G; 
Nellie Duthle, 605; William J. Splan, 
'505; Eva.,-M.. Garvin,- 504 ; Ha^el K. 
Woods,} 504; Frederick R. WoOll- 
combe,',503; MRuricoVV. Cswdeh, '502; 
Miirjorie I. Fadden, 498; Kathleen N. 
Aiiiaiu w, '49t5T MTldfetl"; 1. MacKenzie, 
494;'"VVrni8 Outhberlson, .45.8; Dora K, 
H. Wright, 493; Howard GGdfnn-.-i9H 
Eleahor C, Stcvensoit, 491; Edith D. 



536; (ieorge W, Elliott, 535; Alice L. 

Le Ceppellain, 533. Elva E. Stone. 533; 

William C. Wilson. 533; Violet I. Cas- 

pell. 530; Helen C. Harxdd, 526; Viola 

I. Clapp, 524; George R. Hackett. 522; 

1 Mabel G. Cooke, 518; William A. Sut- 

i ton, 517; Katie E. Walker. 513; Thom- 

51- Cecil Boyes.i "8 I. Gibson. 513; Mary L. Elliott. 508; 

730- Henrietta Helen McG. R. Russell, 503, Harold 



Helme. 500. 

Advance, course. Junior grade, com- 
ttigretal, maximum marks. 1,100. Num- 
ber of candidates 9; passed. 6; Charle.s 
J. Bfittei-ham. 659; Silvia O. l>ookhart. 
637; Bertha M. Kelly, 596; Marion B. 
Nelson, 5^; George \V. Edwards. 575; 
{•"Yederlc A. Gosse^ 659. 

Advanced' course, junior grade, ap- 
lilied scleiice: inaxlmum marks, 900; 
number of candidates, 1; pa.ssed. 1; 
Lome W. Campbell. 454. 

Full course, Junior grade, applied 
science, maximum marks. 1,100. Num- 
ber of candidates. 1; passed, 1. Fred- 
erick M. McLelan. 673. 
■ .Hkney Public 

Preliminary course, 
maximuni marks. 900; 
dlda4;'es, . 2 ; passed. 0. 
JLadner Public 



School 

junior 
number 



grade; 
of xan- 



School 

Junior 

nurribirr 



grade; 
of can- 



-Mabel M. Lan- 
HWlclmrson. 
4S5: Bstelle 

^ ' ■ . 

School 

grade; 
of can- 



grade; 
of can- 



516. 



Preliwinary course, 
maximum marks, 900; 
didatee, 6; passed, 4.- 
D\ns, &23; Wlnifrfvd ,B. 
615; Laura C. Robertson, 
BrewSteri" 450. 

Maple Ridge Public 

preliminary /course; Junior 
maximum rharks, 900; number 
dldates, 2; i)k.s.sei'l, 0. 

iVJatsqui -Public School 
I'reJlmlnary course, , Junior 
maVlmum. marks. 900; nuniber 
dldates, .4; passed, 0._ - 

. > Mission Public School 
preliminary course. Junior \grade; 
maximum marks, 900; nuiiiber of can- 
didates, 6; pasaied, 6. -^Gordon II. 
Catchpoie, 641; Laura Mj. Kettcheson. 
636; Margaret A. O'Nell,! 580; Hehri- 
ette K. Whistler. 516; J^Iarlc B. Dunn, 
502; (ieraKdlne L,. Slack, 486.' 

Full course. Junior grade; maximum 
1200; number of fcandidatles, 2; passed, 

0- ■ -■ ■..■..;■•■ 

Advanced course, junior m i i 
maximum marks, 1000; numiier oi 
candidates, 2; passed, .2.— Edith. A. 
Catherwood, '61; Florence "B. Hall, 

St. Ann's Convent 

Preliminary course. Junior Kr:o!'-. 
maximum marks, 900; number of can- 
didates, 4; passed, 3.— ^Anna M. Sim, 
552:1 Florence Stack, 519; Pearl V. 
O'Leary, 486. . - , 

Full course, junior grade; iVnvxlmuni 
marks, 1200; nuniber of candidates. 1 ; 
passed. 1. — Mary E. Ward. 674 

Advanced .course, junior ;.; i . ;. 
maxinnim marks. 1000; number of 
eiindlrtatcs. 2; passed, 2. — Gertrude 
( rSu'lix'au, n'lS; France.^ WilbeV.'s.' fil.%. 

Private Study 
- Preliminary course, Jimior grade: 
niaxlrnum marks, 900; number of can-' 
didatos, 1;' passed, l.-»-Haml8h J. 
Cameron,, 531. ■ . 

Intermediate grade, maximum ni,Trks 
1200; Jiumber of candidates. 3; passed. 
l.—Mrs. Duoy Harlow, 662. 

Senior academic grade, 'maximum 
marks. 300; number o,'f candidates. 1; 
pim.sed. 1 -Peter M.' (Yi^ant. 212. 
Vernon Centre 

I'roliminnry course. Junior grade; 
maximum, tnarks. 9O0;-,humbeT of ,can- 
dldatPS. 10; passed. 7. — KatheTlne P. 
Maf^Klnnon, 694: Stewart Gray. 527; 
fVnnz McNary, 5Ii; Earl ("*. McNary. 
^oer-fAitee. B. Rfnith, -5^6; Esther \\ . 
Thomson, 496; James IT. Marqnnrri. , 
467. • 

■ FviTT rbirrse. Junior' grude, ma.xitn«ni 
marks, 1200; number of c.nndldates. 9: 






Are You 



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Read These Facta: 

BLACK CAT Cigarette -tobacco is a rare 
blend of pure Virginia leaf — perfect as a 
result of our years of practical- experience. 
===fi=^.,,JChis....supefior tobacco. "is ^manufactured in 
England under climatic Infltjences most favor- 
able foi" tobacco curing. 

There is no sweetening matter or other 
foreign substances injected into BLACK 
CAT CIGARETTES. They contain no- 
thing but pure tobacco. 

BLACK CAT tobacco is perfect^ and 
the method of nianirfactUTg'is the cleanest 
possible, by use of tlie moat up-to-date 
machinery. 

Try This 

Light any ^"i^giIlia cig.-^rctte at any 
price, and then light a BLACK CAT. 
Smoke from each- alternately, exhaling 
the smoke througli the nostrils. You will 
"feel" that tlie BLACK CAT excels in 
sootliing purity. 

10 for 10 oentn — mild or inedinm 

Carreraa d Marcianits Cigarettes, Limited, 
Montreal 



Esquima u & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The. Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. K. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L.E.Allin, 
Local Agent, Parks ville. 



The Beehive 

Do.uglas Street, tor 

Eogiisfi Hosiepy 



A Few Soiled Goods 

Ai Bonnets at 15 

17 S\m Ha.tH at .35 

7 Drease.s tl.7ri. imw $1.00 

2 Pique Coats J2.50. for, each. .. $1.00 
1 Pique 'Dress $3.50, for..., 75 



Because The Jap Ate Rice 

.And wore cdtMn, nl.^n \s.'ii-,c.l fi)r star\,i:''"i ji;i\".' i-..,ilic rea- 
son thai uc can sell .you -tills I^cautiltil China 
at these, Io\y price.^ 



Salad Bowls, \vrlh 75c. 

u>v 25^ 

Cups and Saucers, wortii 

35^-. ." •• 20<^ 

dups and Sauqers, \\nrth 

,vv. al 20^ 

Cups and. Saucers worth 

30c, at 15<^ 

Fancy' Plates, wurih ^v.', 

at ...........:.'... 26c 



Fancy Plates, ' Avortli 2i.c, 

at 15^ 

Berry Sets^ Mi'wi and — six 

naupie.s, _ w o r t h $3.25, 

. fn/ $2.50 

Berry Sets, rct^tilar. $1.75. 

l^ir J^l.25 

Berry Sets, rc.c^ular Si. so, 

I<'m- .... $1.60 

Sugar Shakers, rc^milar "1,^0, 

lor '. . . . 26<* 



Jiowls at 5<* : I'lattcr'^ at 5<* : Cream In.e's. Sncrar llrnvls and 

V T.M i''- ,1' I.. -.. Th.in \\ !i..;. -,i!c ' 



Halliday Clyde Co., Ltd. 

Sliccl' Mel.'il Workers, Etc. 



Phone 855 



558 Johnson Street 



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merclal); number of candidates. S; 
iv'issed. 7; .' 

iTtternriodii^te gmde; number nf i-an- 
didntes.Vl; passed. 0. ^ ; 

Total —.N'urnher of , rnndldate.s,. ' 213; 
p,i.«."' il. i I < 

Vl< tnri.T Hiqb Or liool 
I . , , , . , . , . ; ' - . . 

n'nxiuiiiiii m;lrk^^, !>,iju, nomin-i' liltau- 
didat;6B. -93; pa.saed; 7S^J0hn O. Stev- 
onsoA, 743; Clausen A. Thompson, 
'727; Edgar C. Richards, 682; lijtta B. 
MlVlen-iCTB; DanieF J. McBrady,. 658; 



Ocll R. Drader. 640; Daisy C. Halli- 
day. 62{>; Lionel S. Yulll, 624; Mildred 
R- Beattle. 620; Ia.h 'D,. —Toddv «26r 
Jan'et L. Homans./ 616-, Ellk GUI, 606; 
Marjorj' Brtnsall, [605; ■ Clauile E. Em- 
cry, 504; Hugh iG. MacLJeah, t50-j; 
M;i4:ga.Fet M. Boatt.le, 592; Herbert S. 
' iraves, .'i87 ; Evelyn Dickinson, 584; 
Hoy T. Ledlngham, 583; Ethal M. 
MacEachern, 672; Thomas M. ■ Wat- 
.son. 569; Frank A. Wood, 565; Edna 
E. Belbec, 564; John E. Hlckey. 563. 
(Continued o(i Page 15.) 



Adl«r, 490; Hilda A. 

W. lianglols, *89; ..-v.^ow .-. , .....^^.. 

489; .■William M<?Int>'re. 4Uh Dnrdtl^y A. 01*\-er. rtSOr-BIta I. Megaw, 



White, 490; All>ertppf»-«.sed. 6^— Rlchnrd O. T^esiie. 72.'!: Ev 
■Russel B. ,'Mac-:-4 M. Doherty. 60^: VVm. M. Tpoper. R6 1 

Ewan; . .' ' " "" 

LUftle M. ' Heffron, 488; Kenneth i 

•yF»7kT^^»s;~''^JohW' "Xi. NDrrls,. ,4S*; 

CTIitririi E. ;\T4.stic. 483; J<'lorenee 

Uoltou, 482;. Knn.(ia V. Thnmpsoii. 48'.; 

Theudoris S." llunber, 479: Alfri'd Biui 

hfim, 478; WillHi'tV G. Mcl.ellan, 474 



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Mabel I. Andrews. V7:i; ' Marie E. ^el- 
man", 473: GeorRi- f'iilmer, 472; Mljd- 
re.d A. Parkinson, 47^; Kathleen A, 
Rogers, 472; ('lan(le\AV. Ander.son. 
471; Jack F. Mnnley. 4^;Henry M. 
Jones, 469; M/inde V. (':rlpp.H, 467; 
William E. McTii.iJKart. 4rtj!!; Mabel A. 
.Newman, 466; l*;isa Meyer/, 465; lleli-n 
M. McDcrttald. 466; Berthi^M. Heamy, 



612; KcOieeea L. I^aytora, 608.. . . .: 

•Senior academfc grade, fnaxlmnm 
E.' marks, 300^t~n'*mber of cftiididate;(, i; 
ii, '!.' -Juhn F. Smith. 227:'" 
Victoria Centre 

junior grade. 
liO; passed, ,Sl! 
Junior grade; 
of C4indidales, 



Freliminary course, 
number "of candidates. 

Preliminary course, 
(commorcla.l); humlier 



2K; ijassed, l.''i. 

Fnll, cour.se. junior gr;idi'; innnl>er of 
<wt'dl(iiite.''. 10; passed,: <. 

.\dvnUed fourse, junior girndr: ninn- 
her of (TUUlldates, 47; psssed. 37. 

Advance^} course, junior grade (com- 





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YATES STREET CORNER , 

-60 ^x 1 2,0 feet. Property is improved and rcvemu'Tfrixlucinq. 

Price, oil terms . . . . $25,000 

.. JOHNSON STREET, BELOW GOVERNMENT - 
Cofuer with two storey brick- .-bviikling^ ^ , Price, on 

terfns-'T'rr . ...... . ."ttt^T $18 ''50 

COURTNEY STREET '*"' "' 
.Between Douglas..aiul Bjanchard,, F^ijl sjz ejot^ . vyjlh . $ 6,QC?Q : 
wor-th of improvements, produci ng g ood revenue. Price, 
■"■"''■"" otVlefms"'";:"7r7:'7T':~77r77;'77T'. . . . ~Tr777T777r,$ii.ooo 
CHURCH WAY, JUST OFF DOUGLAS 

Full size lot>- - Pric e —-.-r.;.,^ ....^ ^-^ t_iITl$9.ooo 

( On c - 1 h i r d cukIt \vi 1 1 ■ h a n dl e i!iisj~^~ — ' 
90 FEET ON FORT STRE ET ^ 
running through to ¥^ rew Str fcgt^ Ther e are $ 3,000 wort h, 
of imprn\'cmcn(s on this propcrtv. Price is ...,$12,000 
PANDORA STREET, CLOSE TO CITY HALL 



J,ui„5o X i„»o, wjth threc-st<\rcy brick t)niMrng. This pro- 
jierty wil! not he long held at $15,000, wliich is the price 
asked now. ' _ ■ .' 

~" , 8 'PER~ CENT INVESTMENT 

■One lot, 90 X 140, witii five buildings/pVuducing^ revenue. 
Fdhr are dwellings, and the other is a corner store. 

- : Fr tce 7. .....-.,..,. $9,500 

^■:r., -^.,i^^ - FEET ON GOVERNMENT STREET 
Close to ^ Gov criimcn t Buildings and Empress tfotel. Tliis 
'is close to the property on which the (»ran<l Trunk have 
. options. This lot haa frontage on two streets, and on it 
j.:-are---£QurhQiuxes..-^. -Price . . .^^.», i . >■ 1 . < . . . :.c=.M,=.^,::»»... $y^flP.O u 






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- DOUGLAS STREET, 50 ft. x 100 ft. ^^_^ 
Corner Lot, cjuse i.iu with 2-story new lirick huildifigT" 
Price .,;• ■ ."^^vVrTr. ■■ , $15,000 

I'.asy Terras will hc^ivcn on any of the above properties. 



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' r togcth isy terms. This is .o ne of the choicest sites in the city for an~apartrtierit 

house wua siores hetow. To the. individual who "can aftofd to improveTlTiis would propel 
a verital?lc gold mine. Only oneT)T6ck .north of "October ^fnnsion." For price and terms, 
apply to 



B.C. LAND 3c INVESTMENT AGENCY 




\ P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

♦ Moneg to Loan. Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Ren' 

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cheapest thitig of the kind in the city. 

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614 FORT STREET 




20 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN SURROUNDING PROPERTY 

P or the Next Eew Days Only 
Four Lots, just off Linden A.yenue," 50 x 141 each, 

$2,700 FOR THE FOUR 

For Furlher Partictilars See * 



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GRANT & LINEHAM 

P.O.Box-307 , 633 YATES STREET - Phone 664' 



HeadOffiges^ 



LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 
LINEHAM & CO, Jordan River. 






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Dominion ■ Government 'Agent 
at Spokane Gives Interest- 
ing Statistics on the Trend 
of Immigration. 



of lancT. — Tlioy nre the .befit.rlo' land; to his knowloriK«» of (rotidlttons In' Weat- 
fanriers- ih the world. . Their methods ern Canada, a knowledge which- ho Is 
arc 80 systematic that they— g^t the; i;"iul'nually ampflfyinjj. Thin ' siimmpr 
soil into $.uch a condition that it will 
t.iin and hold'mol.iture. "' •, 

JIany of the inquiriers for land In 
tiah ColumWa are those who hav'> 
come from the eaatern cold stptf.-, 
\v h o a'TG .srf'Klng' a: moderate dimatcr 
Where possible we. give- them all 'the 
Intorraation we c^n, ami we refer them 
t« the provincial Burea'u of Informa- 
tion, which does everything possible' 
to oo-operate in the work Which Wo 
are carrying on. 

Many Exhibit;) 

"At Spokan'e we have .1 
fice, which cannot tail to aiiraii me 
attention of the large body of tour- 
\ lid- visitors who are continually 



his phjectlve point has been British (Jo 
liirnbia. ■ He la now rettirninK from a 
trip to Stewart ■ where lie spent' a few 
fn the n<?rlhprn mlnlnp camp ho 
vldences which bIUjw ,tbat. the 
-rjtx' iTi—Thp - roaJtlnjrttiwrmffar comB~tO" 
.stay. 'ThroiiKboui ,tbo ■ north of. this 
province he. believes that there Is a won- 
<l'Tf)iI field for Immigration. The open- 
ing- lip of the country by the Orand 
Trunk Pacific, the tJlEQ.<vlnjg: open. .to. 
.settlfmrnt of lands with oonslderable 
aKriciiltural po.sslbllltles will mean the 
attraction to northern B.C. of ia farm- 
Iiik: populace, whlcl-i Mr. Grieve, who 
li.T.s been born and bred a farmer, be- 
lievea is the mainstay of a country. The 
amelioration of transportation facilities 



J'rohaliiy i....- ,,,,.,..-1 ..,..,,„.,;,, •■',■"',• \i\n)ii.H of all the produ 
Canadian Kovernment ImmliiTntion; .snrthwest. 'Last year u 
agents located In the Unitecl States in, fine' examples of " lirltlsjii 
.Mr. J. N. CJrieve, who h ' " 



to and fro. We have iheretj^ a,, that British Columbia wants. In 



the 



I hiH opinion, when this province will he 



;oniel,j,,,£ f^^ Ki-cnt a lodestar to im'mekranta 
luiiibia ■ 



other portion of the Dominion. 

nrfnm)f>nn!ed by 



ults donaltMl i» us by the exhjbitorsj ' ..,. nrieve «'ho "li 
visiting Victoria, a giiest at Uie Drkir<l|.^y,,o had taken , part In the- big ,,,3 ™,f„ ,^/, vesterd'. • 
hotel. Mr. Urieve's headguariens ate. Spokane fruit show. \\\t aavert"se| ,.,,„.,,._,,, in'l^-n.. 
at Spokane, and the territory uliichi ^xtenslvelv thraughout , the United' ' '^" hpoKan. 

he covers Includes Washington^ Ore-| gtatos. and as a result our office is a ,_ _, _ -,_., ,,„.,._, „ 

gan, California and th« Western por-! ^^cca for tourists. We receive from AT THE CITY HOTELS 

lion of Idaho, l-or the ,paSt acven| ^^f^y j,, Beventy-five callers daily, and 
ye^rs he. has superintended Dominion ^^ correspondence during the spring. At the Drlara 
immigration uifairs ■ in that territory| jnonths runs to from sixty to acventy- 



.-tnrt -tturtng-t-ttttt-t+n' 

iiHTital itt'senUinf;; 
;ia,UO0 settler'.: 

speaking • 
of his off l(.'j, I 
bulk of the.li 
Pacific coast rfuiU'.'i 
and SaskAtchowan. 
,-™JlJtfi;..tlt .all the ' 
colvo are abOu 



i,4..«.0 i-0^tlU4 — i- 



MrS; Herbert. .J. 
THlatid: Mr. and M 
Hpring Island;- Mls- 



Kdm.. 



- !<lney 

I ton, Salt 

v "ung, Se- 



T;f\=e~TeTOrrs Tl' ersy. Ttts~nittvay ctTm^- 
panles give prlvllc&t'S in the shape Of 
j spedlal ratos_ to settJerB ,! '1 attle: John Itlnxwell, Seattle; Mrs. J. C. 

■■•■ work u.king up railway land. Stevens, Tacoma; Mrs. T. O. Glover, 

M,e great; Asked about the report un.i i.aB|(^^,^^,,,,_j ^^^.^^^ ^^ ^^ 

yo|K to T?nherta, States that Americans who ha\e lm-n,„„ton; Mrs. H. C. Phillips. Portland; 
Perhaps one ln| „,|j;rate<l to Canada In past yeS-rs are 1 ^ . t «. . 

" ' ' '• ' V. to their' nativti land in 

-MFiGrleve stated that 
„ M'i.i.s .-...v. iiii; ji^ ^^^j. a.|ji,.ji:iu;ly untrue. He hud made 

s and 
ritatlve 



during the la,st :tt,\ _ 

thousands of settlers n\u8t,have come jjj^jjjjj.j^j, {,.(,n^ railway olficlal 
into this province from the Paciiie} otjjjjj.^^ ^nj j^ad received autho 
cOast states. 1 have no record^ of thla- denials. Last year a number return 

immigration aa is the c: ■ ■"•' *' 
ento-riuj; Alberta- .^.iiuii 

lor to these we issue tmrin :■• 'ih-i.t 

tertUicfttes, nn<i so are able to keep 

track of all whCK «o aoft»»s the. line. 

'-'f tie -present year will be the ban- 
ner one In Irt'imigratlon to (•;•'■: 

"xa'sr"yGm—7,fto<}"-p<-"'j-i^^'t*«**«»*^i- ' 

our oi'fi' ' ' ' ' 
up to 

in.;arly o.dc auti'irci 
than' last 



ed to Montana, but only to exercise 
thtsir homestead rights. Farmers go- 
ing to .^Iberta from the United States 
were well satLsfled with the countty, 
and the system of government and 
nnv instances of Immigrants returned 
I'ur.e.ly of a spoijuUc chaiticter, 
domenUe or similar reasons, 
iiold which Canada 
' . ■^.forjners in 'the 



otic '"-">'"'■" i'*'' .'^■"'„ , '.',\^.,i .Nortiiwfcttt iH-l.,ntl!C<iniin».,,U>i.Uu>^.im.^-.N^. Govaii, 'Miss .N. Govan, Indian Head 

ist-year. In *lai"ch ana Apru; j^,g.|,g^^|^j.j statistics, which from year Bask.;'" Ross l/r mthmr, Arm Arbor 

I in 3,200 .settlors. Aoout .nnu- ^^^ ^^.^^ ^^^^, considerable increases. -Mich.; ,Wm. U Brown, Vancouver; Geo 



,h, ::u iminlsr.auts --«¥«- ticandan- 1 ^,j^ ^^,g^j^^ ^^^ .shown no Wlnx of 
■avian.*. Tu.-frty way of thinking .hey j.^^yj.^,„- j^^^l^^^^^ j.^^„,,^ ,, 
make the very best class of sQi^tlers, ^^^^^J^ gj^,^ 

as tlU-y adapt, themselves to climate^ ^^ ^j^^ „.,>,.k m which he li euKaKe.l, 
and contlitiuns with, suajrisiiig '-"Piy- , ^ff Qrjgy^ ,,^„ jn^,,p ^ special study 
Ity. This year a large number orKus-,^,,,^ ,^g Indefatlfirahillty of his methods 
-Slan-Oermana are going In. These j„ illu strated by the fact that eacli 
:irv. drawn iroui a population which , ^arly" holiday which he takes Is spent 
iia.s settled on the .swgo brush Jand.si,, some district about which h©. has -to 
ill WaeliiliKton, where thex. have nindo „,i„vi-,.r inriulrles dtirInK bl.s working 
a tlioruOgh anecess of grain growing. ;,i„y8. lie b.elleve.s that the only true 
lliene Uii«.ti(in-Crermans aro now, w^y of sending Iminlgranls to Canada 
freUkinK for .Swift CiAfrent, M^cdh^lno.ia by being able to tell thorn from per- 
ifat and Mafilo (.'vceU, where the dry: h.iikiI kiiowlodpe what the dlstriut wlilcli 
lands arc. and I believe they Will show Uiey pmnM^f ^oinc to i,^ iiUc .Much 
'.'nnudiana bo'v to t'ulil\;iie ihlij clnss' of iiIh .. .,, \t\y. 1,,,,., iiaceablo 



R. H. Cllburn. Vancouver; J^, P, Walker, 
Stewart; eh»#, Hone and wife, Seattle; 
'.'. J. Ka^l', Vancouver;.' W. H. Copeman, 
Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Somervllle, Dun- 
cAns; F. A; Douglas, Toronto; .John Les- 
lie Ooj'don and Wife, TJew York; Mr. 
and Mrs. V). Desmond. .Seattle; F. M. 
Mack. .T. IT. Roberta. Mrs. F. W, Reef, 
Mrs; C. E. RoKers, Mrs. C. A. Robert- 
son, F; ,R.. Steele, K. .T. Wltlierspoon. 
Geo. P. Tatt. R, A. McMOrdle, C. F. 
Oompton,' Mrs.^ A. P. Hermnn. Mr. nnil 
Mrs. TTannn. Vancouver. 

At,.the KlnR Edward— 

VV. I,. Mather, I). K. Mather, Ollle 
Ilart, Maude' Mather, Kansas Cttyi'^'Mfs'. 



T,, Chadbnrn..'Mrs. Cbadburn, Winnipeg 
'!,• ,J, .Graham, Vancquver; ■ W.' 'H. 
' "liran, Spokane; B. Burr, - " Ml'rs; "Ef 
Wurf, Los Angeles; J.i M. tlend(>r.«ion, 
VancoTiverrV^.~T311l8on, Ilflfnllion; T. If. 
Kills, Mrs. Ellin. .Seattle; G. \V. Potter, 
a,-4il8setl. L. Rogers, Vetiof'iiiviT; -JnS. 
L. Taylor, Vancouver; w. <;. Mr.viilH- 
ter, AlbejnJ; I-. Moerl, II II. Hhmc-het, 
y/.' IT. Joguea, .T. L. Mcintosh, * Van- 
couver; A. J. M. Hosoln, .Seattle; W. Al- 
cock, T/nion AVbarf ; ' MIsh McKay, .Ins. 
Auld, Mr. Dick, Mns, Dick, AV llalos. 
\Vm. Slack, I'>ed Slack, Ni.'W Wesitnilii- 
Kter; .J. W. Viui Norman, Golilslienni; 
'I'ii"M. \';,in NoriiiHn. Imncaiiy, Rev. A. .S. 



White, Mri^. A. S. White, Nanaimo: Mm. 
H. P. Simpson, Mrs. W.- H. La Motbe, 
Vancouver; Miss A. La Mothe, Mrs. 
Geo. Cash, Vancouver; P. Ross. Detroit; 
Roy E. Kenk, G. A. McLam in 

River; M. Koenig«>berg, Basil -e- 

ble, Vgmcouver ' .v. t'oop. 
Prince Rupert 

At tha Dominion — 

.E. O. Corbett, wife and child. Van- 
couver; H. C. Fargey a/O wiCe. La 
Riverel A. E. Blnch. \/<incouver| H. 
Fielder and w|fe^ -C aliblt. Aflll: F. -A El- 
"ils 'an<i wife, Seattle; Vasco LouJelro. 
Melbourne. Aus.; J. S. Itenderson, /Van- 
couver:. W. C. Gladlum, .*i}ew Westmin- 
ster; 'W. F. Morrison and wife. New 
York; H. Bates. Nelson;, Fred Riley, 
Vancouver; G. R. Anderson, "V'ancouvor; 
H. Marshall and wife,. Ft. Wllle; Jas. 
Blsboume, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 
McCormack, New York; John F. Hay- 
den, St. Louis; F, Hooron, Sioux. City; 
J. H. Anderson, Taoonia; Mrs. M. Ed- 
wards, Soaittl'e; Mrs. Pope Rooke, Ta- 
coma; Mrs. A, H. Harvey and daughter, 
Rpsslund; Miss J. Beverldge, Winnipeg; 
M. If. Chapman and wife, Chicago; Miss 
H. Chapmarti Miss E. Chapman, Chicago; 
J.. A. Johnston and wlTST Brockvllle'; C. 
A. .Smith, D. A. MacLeod. Odebolt, Ta.; 
A. E. Stuart and wife, Toronto; T.' Har- 
rison, Mlsa Crawford, Calgary; J^Bondi 
IV. Bond, Vancouver; O." H. Bulby and 
wife, St. Mary. Tftronto; Capt. and Mrs. 
Souter, Vancouver; Dan -McPhee. Lad- 
ner;' O. F. Marshall, Jordan River; Mr. 
and Mrs. W, .T. Duchart; I>a/1ysmlth7 C 
A. DIrby, Winnipeg; E. J. Haberer, Port 
Townsend; M. , McOeath. Albernl; R, 
Peebles. and wife, Xew Westminster; D, 
D. Robinson, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs, Jas. 
McCormack, New York; W. J. MUcathy. 
N. T. Donovan, .Vancouver; A, Lawrence 
and ,w1fc, Kejit, Ohio; Miss Elizabeth 
Oalbralth, Minneapolis; II, Mayvllio and 
wife, England; Walter. Stelsbv,' Tom 
Hayslop. Ovid. Mich.; WasffH^ton 
Grlnlmere, Pender Island; A. M. Ego, 
Sidney; G. E. Cpoper, Vancouver; Miss 
L. ElHlnbuB, atellacoom. Wash.; -T^^aver 
W. Goethe. Sacraniento; Peter Mlchelsen, 
HHntteld: .1. H. Mcppnald and -wife,- T*- 
^•oraa; Mr. and MrH:*"3; ICelTy and wife. 
Nelson; A. Inne.-!, New Westminster; 
Mrs, Me.<?sur|em. . Marga-rat Messurtem, 
New Westminster; Jes.sle Innes, Win- 
nipeg; R. D. Rllpy, Tacoma; B. Stoker 
Waiin, Nnw York; .' n!"''- A'ii!.^o..>..%r 

At thn Victoria — 

Harry Huk. Vancouver; .lobn H. Curry 
Sirn Franciscan B. Foggarty,. Vancouver; 
G. A. Smith, Portland; G. Clark, Crom- 
stoek, i-'a.; M. Kennedy, I'en-.il. Ont. ; B. 
IlnrrUf»n. H. Ilcrln*:. ' '.l Mibott, 
T3uhei!in .'M. Mtitr.-VriTieiMn. I . .\, r. (.Jood- 
speed. Port Haniy;'- -H. MrfTrtyre. Van- 
couver; E. R. Maiigatany and wife, M. 
Tatlall. i:bendie, Alta.; .S. F ■.Tenes"and 
wife, Everett; F. Arnold. T. M. I*app, 
■ft. Him ford, .S. Korsythe, .Seattle; Mlns 
May Wells, Miss F. Whlte.slde, New 
York; Mr. Scott and ,wlfe, Vancouver, 
A. ('ameron. Cnl/jary; A, .Siidman, S. 
ilr«L>nacre, J. MIILile, Vancouver; It. 



Cadburn. Winnipeg; J. F. Reynolds, Se- 
attle; Miss Lois Plercf', Hudson, S. .D.; 
Miss Cordelia Ward. Yesles, W'aah.; E. 
J. Girton, Jas, ArkW.rlghi> Seattlp; W. 
'etts, Jos. Welman, Mojfitreal;^ Miss 
Mtth. Long h e ad. T oronto;\Mrj P.„Long- 



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At 111.- Braaswlok — 

F. Lindsay and " wire,~Keiattler CD. 
Protopapey. G. Bu/Jd. Mrs. E, LJtehfleld 
and daughter. Vancouver; J. T. Jones. 
N e w \Ve atnilri<^for C. ■ Marston, Port 
Hammond; M P. Williams. .San 
Francisco; B. ;.. .L.;rg©on, Meicho.sin; 
Mr.s. James Robinson, Mrs. H, Robinson, 
hidnev A .«;n.(>ll, A. 'V\=.^rt.( Vancouver; 
H. O ■ mean; 1 I'rince Ru- 
pert. , 

At th» Balmoral — 

M.i Mellln. 13-Mt 
I'.. ,\.t ...iider, Toronto; I-;. .1 . < m .i:if:il. 
Nortb Vancouver; B; . A. Rhodes, Van- 
couver; Ray Tb.ompson, Tacoma. 



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THE MAILS 




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Vancouver and Eastern Canada 
.... C.lp|Bp'd.a.lly.,aLL.<5.p. ni. and ii p m, 
pud dally 2,46 p. m. and 7 i- i-i 

Lfhited Kingdom 
Close Tuesday. Thursday .1- 

day. 11 li^-ra;^- parcel post iridav, 6 

Due Monday eiia Tuesday 1 p, 
Wednesday 7 p. m. 

China and Japan 
.Close July 15, 16, 25,- S7, .V;ig. i 
DUe July 14; 16. 19, lh-158. :A.ui. 1 

Australia and New Zealand 
Close July J3, .lii, 25. 
. Due July 26, 27, i;'.i. 

Honbtulu 
Illy 16, 16, 22,, Aug. c. 
Due .liilv 19. 27, 29, Aug. 1. 
'Z France via Halifax 

Clo 

Dawnon, Atlm, White Horse, tto 
Close on Saturday at 1.45 p. m. 
Due. uncertain. 

Stewart 
Close W^edneaday at li 11. m ; dtieon 
Monday. 

Prtpce Rupert, Port Simpson, Port 
Essington, Etc 

Close TtacsdayVThtiradpy and Satur- 
day. 1.4B p., m. 

Duo Monday, "VVednSsday^and lYi- 
day. 

Clayoquot and Way Ports 

Close, l.'-t. i'lli. I'lih, :;oih of each 
'month. 

Due. 4 th, nth. 18th and llSth of each 
month. 

Seattle anci Eastern United Stat6» 

(;iosc. ■1.30 p. in. dally'; due ..7 a. ni. 
dally, except Bunday and 1: p. m. dally. 



Half Acre 

97.3 feet waterfronttTpyteer deijp; Level ground no rnck, 
partly cleared. Splendid buildiii Price $1650. S40G 

cash, .balance in two .years at 6' r. 

HOWARD POTTS 

I Bownass Building, Broad St. 

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Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 

Close 7th ■a'hti.liOth of each month. 

Dutt...a2th and 28th of each month. 

Quatsino via Port Hardy 

Close. Julv 20, 2f,. 

I ' - i|ly 19. 28. _ . 

Qpm.QXj Cujrnhierland. Etc 

Close Tuesday, ThtfTBday and Satur- 
day 8.30 a. m. ^ ; 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday, 
Friday and Suridaj', 7 p. m, 

Sidney and V. & S. Points 
close dally except Sunday. 7 a. m. 
. Duo daily except Sunday 7 p. tn. 
, ■ Alberni 

Close Ist, 7lli, l,'')th, 20th of each 
month (by steamer) and by rail Mon- 
day, Wednesday, Friday, 3.30 p. in. 
Nanaimo and £. & N. Points 

Closo daily, except Sunday 8.30 a. 

"m.ra.ao p. m. ,.., . . ., -, :.„ 

Due dally, except Sunday, 12.10 p, 
m. and 7 p. m. 



JOHN P. 



-LOCAL 
SPRINTER HERE 



cronflntrftfl -ffdmlfage ID.') 



Gar Men 



'•* ' i ' '! :;-.-.rly now 114 
.storey bungalow at the termi- 
nus of the DougUts street car 
line, with six rooms, bath, pan- 
try, toilet ^nd electric light. Full 
.«lze basement, concrete founda- 
tion. Cpstairs not finished, hut 
floored, space for three more 
rootns. Large lot 66x264 and 
only $3,500. on enSy terms. 



Wcscott & Letts 

Moody Block, Yates Street 
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centre of the track. But things were 
not to bo thus with John P„ for he 
wiHs too quick, and Jumped In *>i«ad ! 
of Harry. 

With' John aheatt-iyf -WwrHttliBtm -WRB 
siiriirlsed. and either had to atop up 
or jump out of him way to prevent' 
tripping him. Harry difl not foel like 
Htopplng. and to fftt out of the way 
\vf(8 also too tr«i*r»n "effort, «o he 
did not alacken up much, but aa h« 
Ptroda out with tola pUdtA ©xlremltles, 
the splkea o£ 91m at fella ahoM du» Into 
the Victoria wy'a iuMi But Johh waa 
game, and ftnliUcil iba raca, aitd more 
than that, b« fltlMllHMl fllvt. 



John saya that the heel ia not as 
hfid ai^.it was at fiist expected to be, 
«Pd lt,.!».only a matter _of a waok bj?- 
lore he will be able to be out on track 
again. The bone la not Injured at all 
more than receiving a sllffht 8<;ratch, 
and' he says that It ia not troubling 
him at alL- 

John has th« honor, and that oaa of 
which he majr wt»U be prou4. ot b«lag 
the only Canadlkn to Win in th« «v«nt« 
in Vancouver on Saturday. Amerl- 
rans won In all tha avanta under tha 
mile, and In averythftir they enterac*. 

They did not ptrt «|^ «* «rtf* In th» 

five mile. 

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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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VICTORIA REAL 



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31 Acres 



One Mile 
From 



"Royal Oak" 




OK W'KST SAAiXICU 



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All ^oocl land, cleared and culliyaied. ( )reha 
acre stra\\-l->en'>' vines, 
piped U) I lie hinisc an d barn s. 



Larg'e new d\\ ellin; 



■d i^i j(in heariii,^- 1ree<, ai)ples, pears and Italian i)rnne-;,d4'a4f-- 
mndern and aH-iraoiive. Larg-e barn and siable. Water-- 



Price $12,600 



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Valuable Income Bearing Property 

We have for saK' ihe I'r()i)erly siUiaU'd mh ilic rdrnei-of l''nrt X'aneouvcr 
and Mrars Street-. li;ivin,<;- a fronla,i;e ni'fx) feel nu I'oia Mi-cei. and rniTving 
lhr()n<^di todVLeaJ^OIreet- I'^nrinj;- tlie i)asT l wo " weeks '"inSre, projiertx- on 
l'\)ri street lia^ been sold than in an\ -^iher part ot' the ehy. l'"(,rt street is 
at^fe]?eTit7and always will l)e, the ni;iin thoroughfare leading droiTi the iiest 
residential pari tn" the .town. A^ --(miu as ilic proposed impi-' ivrnuMi! -^ a-- lo 
widening a-iKUlighting are finished, the stF#€4-will (}uic-k!}- become one of (he 
-Streets of X'ictoria. '"" •'" 



"SOLE^AGENIS 



Telephone 
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R. S. DAY & B.- BOGGS 



Established 
1890 



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SWINERTON & MUSGRAVE 

• 1206 Government Street • Victoria 

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We Have Sold During Last 

Week of July Property 

Totalling $300,000 



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Modern 




Bungalow, Harnpshire Road, Oak Bay 

Mo^a Desirable Location, $7,000. Terms. ,,..:r-^-~ 

Five-roomed cottage on Craigflower Road, 
and two large lots. Price $2,500. Easy terms 



Fire InsuraRGe a Specialty. 



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COLES & ODDY 



Fire insurance a Specialty. 



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.^ATH. IN S C R A N C E A N U l^ i-N A N CfA-trAe^^PS^ 
UO<^ Broad Street, Next toCotonist Office 



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We liiVlte you to list yours with tis. ^ . 

We allow riothing to interfere with our. Insurance Business. ^ ^.. ...,....>.........« .>r«^»« . « ■■ . t^rr -- " ' - ^^^^^^ > *«» * " >' .*«♦»**,..> .^^. 

We^ould like to write you a policy. We spe#ize in Employers' Liability I .,,,..... .^TTfTTTnTrT^^-T77. ■ m .-- ^ r •-- >^---^-^-^ ■ . .^M ^ i . ,. , . . ■ ■ n m uX uj » > >.. > . > . ■ . ^^. , ^^^., . « « . > 

For Sale! t.t ^i 



I nsurance anijrFJ3^ty^i^jd jQ»^raji.tee' Bai^ds. 



We have some good acreage in t f 
• ' «maJt ,4}IockB, for sale at Col - 
woo^, on very easy termsj 



GREEN & BURDICK BROS. 



Real EsUte 



Insurance 



Cor Broughton and Langley Streets 



Several blocks of land on and 
. . near the new Mm Bay road. 

<AlBO Several business proper- ■ 
ties In the heart/of Victoria. 



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R. B. PUNNETT 




TwentyrSttt acres partly c'l eared 
aTiil- fenced. 350 fruit 'triies, six 
cres oat». new • 5-roAm /house, 
barns-^trtd stables. Price $4,500. I t 



\ I ALBERT TOLLER & CO, 

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»oom JO, ICahon Block. Victoria. J 



imperial Biirik Chambers. 
• 604 Yslaa Strsst 



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-Two Tots oti C<ia»er.of Cook and May s'treets ior $1000. 

.Easy terms. .. 



GILLESPIE & HART 



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Tire, I.;tfo, Accident, 



ZImployees' ZilablUty Insurance 
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New Seven Roomed House on 
corner lot, close to Fort Street 
car line, and Central School. 
Price $2800.00. Terms $400.00 
Trash," balance . to bo .arrangredL - • 
ented tor $23.00 per'jncihth. '>'■ 
This is .a snap. * 

^, -^ — Six—Poomod Cottage, James Bay 

on lot 50x120. Price $2300.6o. ♦ 
Terms $300.00 cash; — balance 



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i BUSINESS PROPERTY I 

JBJ THE_GENTRE QF_____ 
THE GITY 



MAHON BUILDING 
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E. WHITE ; 

604 Broughton Street I 

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Lot on Humboldt Street B^ween Douglas and Government— Fin- 
es*t place for a gawtgiS in the city^^&iz^ 44 x 1.35 Xci a la ne. Price 
$17,500, on easy terms. ' ' '^ 



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MORTGAGEI^S'^-SALE .!£S„M^, I 'S^ 



Tenders arc invited by the ^«^ ;; 

f ! Un 20, P.lock 9. hcinjn'^^t-df-tlTe subdivision "of Section 48, | 
\ n tMi.ji City (Map 858). On the pTopcrty is a fine new seven- 
r-wnu.i (hvclling. Tciulcr-S "ma\- be for all cash, or part casli,- 

V ih l,;i!;ini e at 7 ppr cent. The higfiest or any tender not 
necessarily acvciitol. , ' « ♦ 



A. W. JONES, Limited 

AGENTS FOf=t THE MORTGAGEE 
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bedrooms. . stable.s, . chicken 
houKf>s and, one acre of land, all 
nndfr cultivation, no xock. Plv« 

"""tnlniiteM from car llni', ncftr 
Mt. Tolmle. Price 84,000; $1000, 
cii(?h. halancr to'Knlt. t 

Cloae to Above — .\'*nily thrcn * 
nncs of land, exfpllent soil, 56 
fruit trees, %' acre .strawber* 
i'l6h. The whole under cultlvn- 



A venue Next to Richardson Street-^3 Ipfs 66 x 120 each to 
with southernaspect, the finest place/for a home, and most 
fa.sliionable in yictom.~"Sff^t brt^feva^^ asphalt pave- 

ment. No lots in the vlcih%lQr ie^ tliani)25oo. We will sell for 

$4000 cash net to us. '. 



Business Property _ 
Farm and Fruit Lands. 
Houses and Lots 

Insurance. Rents. 
1 and Money to Loan 

Conveyancing. 
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IwOts in centra] . location, 
facing" on three streets. 
■ The area is iSo x j^n. 

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tlon, ho rock. Price $2,800; 

tcasli $,")00, balHncp in suii. 
Xf the two propertica are taken 



McPherson & FuUjerton Bros. 




Phone 1888 



618 Trounce Avenue 



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NORTHERN CONSOLIDATED MINING AND; 
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY. LIMITED 



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1107 Langley Street, Victoria 

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Tiie comiiiK •(•uhimiTclal comer of the last Gnat AVcst. whorejliey ex- 
twcf a^ofnir«rWoiT-frf-(rt^«nWt^«iOO;0 people ^^b^^^^ the. U. T. PT reachfts 
! ■ In l!il2. wliloh Hill shortly be fotfoWeO by' three other fillroads. 

:.\'j.nt t IIP !>«;>«'' of ovrr l.J^oO milps of nnvlR-able wHt<»r» on which 
now lily Ini; : .listrlhiillinK t" 1 , , , :" ,.r 

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X'LXLC- .£6,500 

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Twelve Acreu Five miles out; 
!■:'' 1^' . t ,ni lii'ncr;;' niiffe 7-rooin 
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PUona 1386. F. O. Bo» 45i. 

Saul SHtntn Agent. 

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4 a .i ii.v. : iiiio new ba(Ti; one-- J- 
^ ♦ -iani,, :-iplendltI hullfiinx I 
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* ♦ Pt;/ge,.. v. i^"'; :''...'; $4,500 I 

a t rive Aeros-— Four in lies out; all a 

t T clonroil. bottom land; B-rciniii i 

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♦ million« feet niercliantable timber, l.OOfl 

I honi! of .ihoep. more or ie*<«: two 4 "room 

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! 1214 Douglas St. Phone 1466 ^ '"'"■" "I'f'y ..--■...:;. 

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FRANCISCO 



And 

5oathern Californta 

Leavlnjr Victoria at 8 B..Bi.. Aug. >, 1-0,. 
»te«.mer« QUREN OH CITY Of PUEBLA 

THROUGH SEnVlCB 
J-Mmrfi Seattle 10 a. tii., iiteamer GOV- 
ERNOft OK PRESIDBNT. Auif. B. 12. 

For Southeastern Alaska. fOTTAGK CITY 
or CITY OF SEATTLK R-avcs Seattle 8 V. 
m., Auk. 1. 7, is; 1ft. :£., 31. 

TICKET AND FREIGHT OFFICE — 1117 
Wharf »lrcet, I'hono 4. 

IX. P. niTHET A CO.. 1A&., AKPiita. 
C. D. DUNANN'. (.i<"n.. PuSsi'iiRor Agpnl. 

113 Mttxiiit- ijl..- ffan Fl'iiiticlico 
For furthci- liifortnailaii obtain folder. 





S.S.-1R0QU01S' 



Leaves Victoria 
Bunrtay, for I'ort 
attle. 

From Victoria I'lock 
Wharf ."Street. Rotnrnfnp 
Seuttlo at rnhlnl.^iit. 



9 a.,'m. dally oxcrpt 
Town.s.'U-il and Se- 



Co's. Wharl", 
Btwirttro lea-ves 



TWO ORIENTAL 
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Sado ;Maru - WHF 'At rive ■ To- 

iriorrow Morning— Ktimeric 

Fully -Due— Both, From Yo- 
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



By Government Wireless 



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SAFEAT 




tuMday, AugiMt 2. 1*10. 

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TAKSS MoASTfftTK. Agent. 



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rUroviKh tlc):et« .^vud—throiafeh hlUa at 

-ladlr.K nri! now l.ssucd from Fugat 

Sound and British Columbia portS- ..to 

Atlin, B. C, Dav/son; Y. T. and Falr- 

b..inks, Alaslta. Connections mado at 

- citaswav nltii our daily _- trains, at 

White Hor.<^o and Caribou with our 

river and lalce stcainera and.At Dawstm- 
with Bieamurs ior points on the Lower 
yul<on river. 

Fur further Information apply, 
raAPFIC DEPABTMENT W. P. * Y. ». 
406 Winciv BulJJiuK, Vancouver. B. C. 

Union S. S. Company 

Of B. C,, Ltd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver and 



STEWART 

B favorite pa.ssenger e 

**Camosiin 



steamer 



SUVERIC LOADING 

AT SOUND PORTS 



Weir Liners to- Make Seattle 
TCme" "Port— Quito 
Into Heffe man's 



THBlf" 
Going 
Dock 



Leaves Vancouver every Wcdnea. 9 p.m. 
Ar. Prince Rupert every Frl. cfternoon 
Arrives Stewart every Satar. afternoon 
Leaves Stewart every Saturday G p.m. 
Leaves Prlnr^i ICupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a.m.' 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 



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?.S. "Ooilege 



Leaves th.- C. T. P. Wharf at 

7:^0 a. m. 

Monday and Thursday for 

SALT SPRING, OALIANO, 

MAYKTE and neig'hhoring' rslaud. 

arriving: back at Vlctorlta at , 

8:.';o p. in, 

81.50 BOUND TRIP 

Tuesday and Prlday for 

14AYNE ISLAND AND WAY_ 
POSTS 

Wednesday and Saturday leaves 
Maync Island at 7:00, a. .m. 'for 
V^ictorla and way ports.^ > 

FrelKlit must bo nhipped not 

iHtrr than 6:0fr p. m day previous 



CHIPPEWA- COMiNG 

WITH EXCURSIONISTS 

OriK Thousand Round Trippers -Will 

Come Tod^ay to See Our City 

From Everett 

The ,siimm(:'r. n rry rx^iirsion Is at .Its 
best. The Inlernutional Steamship 
'ompany's steamer Chjppewa wiU 
loach the city toinoVroW'at 1 p. ni., 
■ifom the Puget .Soinui and Everett 
with her full cornplcmcnt of 1,000 pas- 
.songer.'H. Shfi will return south sailing 
at 5 i>. fn, 

A secoiK'l i-.\i'>ir.^lri!t \\i]\. be run by 
the American compiin>: fr6m this, city 
to Port Anffclos a vvci-k from Friday. 
The vessel will on that occasio-n anil 
from this city rlnrlnK tho dHy at .8 a. 
in., noon, 1 ; i. The oc- 

. aston will : ohventioh 

' f the Elks uL that iiLy aud It is ex- 
; ectei^, although there is no hrnnrh 
.!' thi? order Jn^ this city, tb • ' ■'.-,(• 

jntltifjeht will take' th( in ;; 

I ho strait. 

Inipro'vem' l 

the Post QClltie arc norinhg cu.nijjle- 
lion arid It is thought that the A'es- 

i^s wllKbe abie to fjock there tomor- 
!o[w ancJmonc^fortVi without-. «n.y.fu.r.. 
iiT^r delay, ". ' I "" 



With large -aiiiS valuable cargoes of 
tea, silk, matting and curios,,the trans- 
Pacific liners Sado Maru anJTKaime.rlc 
arc due to .arrive at this "'pdrt from 
Yokohama and way ports, tomorrow. 
TRIr' fo rmer vessel reported to Capo. 
I»azo last evening jand will arrive at 
tho outer wharf tomorrow morning, 
while the latter, although tiol yet re- 
ported Is fully due. Hereafter all ships 
of the Weir line wlU make Seattle 
their home port. 

The Kumeric.lefl Yok. .ily 20 

and is under tommand of ".apt. tieorge 
McGill, sutvt'ss^i' ' '^'^ Capt. James 
Mathie, who left the vesBel at the 
Japanese port to proceed to LKindon. 
Capt. Mathie has been promoted to 
conimanJ_ of the new liner Lucerlc, 
which has Just been completed in 
Gliisgow for the Oriental trade of tho 
Weir line. ' . .■ ; .' \ ■ 

The KUmerlc's cargo of 5,906 tons 
included 30O bales of silk, valued at 
about $200,000. More than 2,300 tons 
of ithe Kumeric's cargo is fo,r British 
CoIumbia_l4i(iii tons in for di8p.a.tch,.to 
various overland points and 2,540 tons 
Is for Tacoma and. Seattle; The liner 
has seventy -two pas8gn|[er3.__in the 
Asiatic steerage. 

After discharglhg, the Kum erlc, will 

imbia river and will return to Paget 
-ound. .steaming tor. the ptiiUlpplnes 
Vugu.st 23. . ■■ ; 

The Suverlc, Sister ship to the Ku- 
rneric is loading at Seattle 1,000.000 
oreosoted plica and lOTl.OOO feet of lum*^ 
ber for Manila. , r ; 

The Suverlc^ — loading ha« l3!««»-,-a 

dlflJcult task.' At Tacoma she ■was- 

, worked night and day until .she fin- 

' i-shed loading. Tuesday last' she was 

Mlfted to Stevens dock for 1,000 toiis 

; 'f hay. Her- lumber ~~cargo Includes 

i in.Tny. poles, some p'f which are , sixty 

j foe t long- requiring considerable _ In r„ 

gfnulty to load. Jler outward ...cargo 

win amount to 4.500 tons and ah« will 

carr\- four deportees. , ' ^ • w ■ 

In addition to the ^uverlc and Ku- 
merlc, the ste.amship.s Oteeano, Aymer- 
lo. ulto, and Alden have been among 
those of. the line moving during the 
week. ThT!"'crce;ino, which has been 
withdrawn fr»m the Oriental route to 
go oh the AuHtrallan run, arrived at 
Tacoma Thursday where she is .load- 
ing 3,000.000 lectOt-lHIhbet Jtor Aus- 
tralia. : ' 

She will !eave_Tfteoma Aug««t 10 for 
San Francisco to take aboard 5.50 
hags of mail and about 1,200 tana of 
freight for. the Antipodes. The Oceano 
is sehei1uled..to-gel away for Australia 
and New Zealand August 19. 

Ang'iat 10 is also th* date seT tor 

the departure of the liner AymerHc 
from Yirtcoharpa for Seattle. The A,y- 
mertc left Hongkong for ,MoJl,' July 26 
and will take on £ supjp'Iy, of . coal at 
the Jai)aneae port. Included in the Ay- 
merlc'a Sound cargo are 3,540 bales of 
hemp. ' 

The Quito Is expected at "tacoma. 
While on Pui^et Sound she will go Into 
Heffernriah's drydock for three days to 
undergo a thorough overfiaullng. After 
she has bfeenjclefthed and ■painted, the 
Quito will go to Mukilteo for 500,000 
feet of luniber and. will afteru'ard take 
on 2,000,000 feet at lielllrtgham. before 
steaming for Sydney, Au.9tralia, direct!. 
The.Qulto will be the' first of tho 
Waterhouse flee.t fo gb- t.i l!,.liiiiyi>.i'ii 
and the flr.st-to- Bteah'l " 
for the A nlir)r>(1f..H. 



♦■ Noon. 

♦• Ikcrta. — ^ Overcast; cloudy; 

♦■ sea smooth. . . -.- 

♦• Pij.chena. — Cloudy: calm; 

■♦•30i'2f.;.ca; light swell; French 

*■■ eruiafer Montcalm passed In ♦■,•■ 

■♦■ about S.30~a. m. ,; •*■ 

-«- Triangle. — Dense ,fog; lis lit ♦• 

•*■ wind; 29. (iO; 49. •*•. 

■*- Prince Rupert.—Rani; S. TSP. •*d- 

-» 29.19; sea smoothT— iu,--JVladaQ,: — ±-i- 

♦ 11.30 a. m. ^ ^ •♦•, 

♦ Estevan — Cloudy; W.; .50; ♦ 

♦ !ii<ht swell. ■ ■*■ 

♦ Cape Laao. — Clear. ralin; *- 

♦ ;!0,i5.;_.jo;: seaamoiitii 

♦ Point Grey.— Cloudy; S._.E. 
-•- breeze; 30;23;-63; out, Portland 
-♦: io.30 a. m. 

•♦• Tatooeh.^— Cloudy; S. W'.; J.0 

■*■ miles; 30.25;. 63; in, "Mqnt.calni, 

♦ 8.50 a. in. " _ 

♦ 6 p. hi. 
-•• Point Grey. — Cloudy; S. i:. 

♦ wind; bar., 30.80; temp., 60; 
■♦• passed in, 3teaniej;_Ca88iar 3.10 
-♦■ p. m. < 

♦ Cape Laze— Overcast; 

♦ .^Jbar.. $0.30; teittp.. 

♦ 'Smooth; no s hipping. 

♦ TrTansle. — Drizzling ; 
-t^N. W. wind; bar., 30.32 

♦ (^52; . spoke-Shinfeaor Maru, lat., 
■*■ 49.40. long., 153.^6 _JV\'., West- 
"♦- bound 4.45 p. ni. "' . 
-•- Pachena.— Cloudy; S. B. 

wlad;-, bat., 30.05: ten >P;., ^6; 



;^,Seattle Vessel, Long Overdue 

y- Is Reported Safe- a'nd 1n- 

t lomiation Brings -^Relief to 
Many , ,- 



calm; 

;■ sea 

foggy ; 
temp.. 



sea Bmooth; no shipping. 

TatooBhr— Nt'^VV. wiini; bar.. 
30.30: Temp.. 56; sea amooth. 
in steamer Thor 1.25 p. m. In, 
steamer President, 3.40 p. m. 
Out, U. "S. S. Transport Dix 
5.25 p. m. put, schooner Stlri-, 
.son. 

ikeda. — Overcast; sea 

smooth; no shipping- 

Estevan. — Cloudy; westerly 
wind; bar., 29.95; temp., 58; 
sea smooth: Licebro at landing. 

Prlni^e Rupert. — Cloudy? S. 
E. wind; bar., 29.96; temp, 46; 
sea ' smooth; Out. Princess 
Beatrice 1.05 p. m. Out, Prlnr- 
cess May, off Stewart anchpr- 
age, northbound. Will arrive 
10.30 p. m. 



Jnnoko countries are very encotiraglrig 
and successful seasons are assured In 

■♦■ "both of the camps. . 

■■*■ The A. G. Lindsay left .Seamrij.on 

♦ June 21, going in tothe Ktiskokwlm 
•«■ !ind took a big party of passengers 

♦ from this place to Bethel, luruml for 

♦ the Innoko and the Idltardo. 
.*.' The Lindsay sailed from Seattle , on 
^ Juire -ttr and proceeded by way of the 

- Thsldc channel. V'aldez. Seward .juid 
|T Unalaska to Bethel on the Kuskok- 
wim. Owing, to the leiigth of time 
■*" which, elapsed before receiving a re- 
■*■, port on the vessel anxiety wn« bf>lng 



falo BMl," two mimical comedy laugh- 
able absurdltjes on the one programme, 
ar© presented by the Lewis and L-ake 
Compfiiny. , - By thji .way, this is tho 
last week for this p'opular band of en- 
tertainers In Victoria and this, their 
lajit offerlrijr.'la. by far the best they 
have put on during thCi.^slx weeks' en- 
gagement. 

"Whose Baby-Ttl'B-^ur' is the bet- 
ter of tho two productions and pos- 
sesses the happy feature of Incrodue- 
Ing some local talent in Us rendition— 
Ijabli.'H, Victoria babies, smiling and 
crying babies. Each member of the 
coniiuthy has lots of work to do. and 
Uie fciltuation and lines are so cleverly 
.irranged tliat the, rc'.^ult Is a Very en- 
Juyable half hour, 

"IJulTalo Bill,"- a burlcsuue on IhA 
Wikl West, IK replete with varioii.s 
kinds of nol.scs, ranf^iiig,- I'rom pi.stf)lH 
to war-\vhoDp.s, is full of action aiw.i 
the cow girl ehttru.y numbers are posi- 
U.ve...,hltii..a».„.lJaG nm»iGa.l end of the 
arguitient. Takifin all together the new 
Pjintages show Is. the liveliest and 
most enjt)j-able one that has appeared 
on John/jon street this season. 



A Revelation in Tea Goodness 



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it a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea. 
Get a package from your grocer and eiyoy its excellent qualities. 

-: — Black. Mixed aad Natural Qreen, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lU •— • 



New Grand Theatre 
'I'lio Mayvllles created. Immense as- 
tonishment—at the Grand vestordav 
with their Lilliputian show from the 
Follies of Begerlea, Paris, and when 
the astonishment at tho--»ight of a 
man and. woman with bodies! 14 inches 
higlT fih^ hea Js tiie size of ordinary 
liunian beings had._passed away, the 
audience laughed over .the e-tcellent 



si:\\.\Kli, Aug. 1. — The steamer A 
(i. Lindsay, CtiTrt. J. C. Downing. 
which has been long overdue from 
Bethel, on the Kutikokwin river, ar- ' 
rived in port here, en route to Seattle 
last night. , ■■ " ' ■"" 

The Lindsay le« Bethel on July 16. 
Iiaving successfully discharged her 
(.arga theru and di.semharked her pas- 
.•jengers. Capt. Downing says That 
tho gasoline steamer Anvil, which left 
Seattle for the Kuskokwim late in 
Jiino, was in port at Bethel and dis- 
charging cargo. 

Capt I^^yning States thiU the re- , as fast as feet can step. 

'""'1.''°'''^^"' "i^ "! '""'IntrL trie 'Hiere was no.t the slightest doubt 



song and- danctr turn the little. couple 
put on. The show is given on a minia- 
ture stage, "and is reallji-bne of .the 
most wonderful, and at the same time 
.simple .and enjoyable produclIbnB tbat 
have been sta-ged in. vaudeville. Qn 
their own stage they appear In four i 
songs, sing with voices loud enough ; 
to he heamhit the rear of the theatre | 




felt, for 



STILL i DAIE 
^ SET FOR BYLAWS 



about the aucess of tho act yesterday 
hut-the audience was so astonished at 
Its originality that-^for -Br moment it 
was silent puzzling the thing out. 
Then the applause burst forth and af- 
ter each of the four songs it filled tho 
hou«e,-ana there wete foiir curtain 
cuJLs at the close. , ' 

AlLiiwrence figures to make peoplo 
laugh He hap. a contortionist TScSs 
whlch^he twists- into- all the «hai>es 
that are possible and then some. He 
sings seviral songs, tells innumerable 
funny stories, and as he says, "It is 

-j^tory,- - but — XhQ- 



SHAVINO.^ 



SEES'tRAGEDY 



(Conilnued from Page 7.) 



Suffolk, In 1K78. He was the son of the 
late Prr-Wt Ulaut EH Is.ton, a prominent 
medical man of the British city, He 
was educated atthe Ipswich grammar 
school and after graduating from the 
university. Joined. the Uayal- Artillery on 
May 23rd, 1900 He c^me to British Col- 
Charles 



mportant Measures- to Be 
Voted Upon by Ratepayers 
Are Not Yet Ready— Alder- 
me n Cpmplain of Uelav . 



Once again Alderman Fulierton took 
occasion at last night's meeting of tho 
city council to !■ • ' use of what 
ho telrmed the le delay in 

not subTlTlTTmg ■ ' ri;u'payers the 
various bylav\: will, be- vot ed 

upon sometime ui i.io future. He 
pointed to the fact that -some of the 
meastirea have been .under congiaera 
tion for months and yet are 



funny 

not the age of 

way Its w'blaiker s are grown." In that 

statement Is the secret of Laurence's 

sjccess, for he trims the whiskers, dlf- 

fer<»ntly to any why they have been! 

trimmed before on the aanie old chest- I 

nutd. : 

' Lozeli nnast, offf-red ;■ 

ful and iiiusjiied performance which, 
wa.s featured before an equally bril- ' 
llant stage ari-angement. Hung with 
pale bluf plush, and draped with gold ; 
In front of which !• •' - "mnast's 1 
bright trapeze an- Lozello | 

stands and perform.-, .n . ...t. .^ ia cream- 
and his general stage effect. Is away 
ahead of the -ordinary. He does nt 
work speedily but hi.s act is studied 
from the time he hangs by.hlS thumbf; 
until he ilnlshes In a whirl at the 
close of the act,' • 

„_ ,.TJiexii.„.a|:a„.Jajjiea.»jaicCa»»lok awi ■. 

iEleanor Irving at the Grand appearing 
In "Flirtology," which is .a song' and 
dance turn -^ well dressed up and filled 
with clean and high cla8.s business. 
Miss Irving Is the possessor of a 



Tickets 
on Sale 



August 3, 1910 

VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY 



ST. PAITL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, WINNIPEG or POET_. .-. 

ARTHUR, and return ....^rif 60.00 

(HMr.-\G<")8-mV return * • • • 

TORONTO OR BUFFALO and return 

MONTREAL and' return 

QUEBEC CITV" and return .;. 

NEW YORK OR PHILADELPHIA and retu rn 

BOSTON and returiL ... .,^. l^t^^- «^ ^^"-frxE.-t.» ^ . 

"ST. JOHN and return 

HALIFAX and return " ' 

AND OTHER POINTS ON APPLICATION 



72.50 
9L50 
105.00 
11L50 
108.50 
110.00 
120.00 
127.20 



For further Information apply to 
L. D. CHETl 



Passenger Agent. 

1102 Govenrment street. 



FOR PlUN' 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 

^1{IN','I-; Hi:rKKT, .'-:Ti:\VAltT, Qri^l-^N < ■lIARLMTTi: l.-^LANDS, 
\ in. \ancouvcr 

S. S. Prince Rupert, 3.000 Tons, S. S. Prince George 

Every Monday, 10 a. m. iu\<iy Friday, H) a. tn. 

FOR SEATTLE. SATURDAYS AND ' ■WEDNE.SDAYS, MIDNIGHT. 
Returning* leave Seattle, Sundays and Thursday-s. Midnight. 



unihla as aide-de-camp to Sir __. .„ ... 

Parson.'t, commanding the Halifax gar- enough advanced to be voted upt 



voice which pleased yesterday's audi 
ence and will go on pleasing .right 
along. Her partner l.s a wizard at ] 
amusing- and both ot them Were given 

a big opening hand.. | 

Mary ' Ann Brown, appearing -be- I 
io.iiciu,- itweefl nwo e.vcGllcnt turn.s, has a lot 
not far [to do. to rOme up to the mark. 'With 
1 upon. 1 her chars 




THE ' INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK 

ROUTE 

Reaches All Points In 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 

New England, New York and South and East 

V:a Any Route. 

F'lnest roadbed, modern and luxurious trains. For Informatloji as to 
■fares etc also for foldcr.s and particulars re Grand Trunk Pacific points, 
apply at temporary office, G, T. P. dock. Wharf Stre. • r, ■.:■ of Post 
Offlct. Write or telephone: 

U I niTPBROW. Telephone 2431. HAROLD BROWN, 

C. P. & T. A. Dock and Frrlght Agen,t G. _T. P. S. S. 

■fTirneral AKetr-v Ti-siiis-iVtlantlc VStpam.ship Line's. 



character songs arid her Imitations 



S.CHIFF PARTY 

RETURNS FROM ALASKA 



FinanciaT Magnate 'Passes Through 

Vancouver Bound for 

■'evv York 



Ranvrtha 



rlson. .Serving with tho Imperial troops. 
li*> spent some time at Bermuda. • It was 
tour years ago that ho was promoted to a 
cfiptalncy, am* transferred to the Royal 
Cunadlan Artillery — the day of his mur- 
der being tho anhlversary of his promo- 
tion, ftls wife pre-deceased him about 
two. years ago, leaving two young chil- 
dren, who are being cared for by Miss 
EHIston, the captain's sister. They re- 
side at Fellxtowe, North Quadra street, 
where Captain ElllHton had an excellent 
orchard. He was prominently Interested 
In horticultut^o. 

Murderer's 0»reer 
The' murderer, Thos. Allan, is .14 ynnrs 

of age. He «eFvod. eleven years in the 

second baitailon of the Leln'ster Regi- 
ment "and' was with that corps in *^he •^"'•'^"' "Z^'" ' 
vSouth African cariipaign. He often -told ^^e 0>.iaN\ v,& 

his fellow gunners at Work point that he 

had hcen pi-onitnent In a mutiny which 

took place' at* Pretoria He was a color- 
sergeant In the Irish line regiment. Since 
joining the fJanadlan forces, Ke served 

at Halifax, where he was in the garrison 

police. He has been In various branches 

of the Canadian .«ervlro. For a time he 

served in tlfe engineers as n sapper, tlien 

in the Arniy Service corps., nnd for the 

pa^t three years he hap been in No. .'i 
'.company, R. CO. A. He was noted as 

a good shot, and had it ndt been for 

this, would probnhly Hflve" -boen dl.s- 

chftrgeiJ .IrunkenncKS. 

After h; '^ Wanted to 

buy ,him^:elI 'I;.- ^'-i '■ ' ' ■' Ibo 

application ■•ed. 

Military runeral , , 

, A military iun>M-al is t<i 1-e held to- 
morrow afternoon 'I'll'- fimei-.U will 

U-av'i' FellXHlowr-. ,Noi l!i (.Ma-lra street, 

ii>, I'di- Cetlar hill (-inirclL The 

:il will take pluee at fi'ilar liUI 

riirawlery. .Major Hidgway- Wilson, ad- 
jutant of llie Flftli rteglinerit CO. A. 

sa,ld yesterday afterrioon; "Among rnany 

other i-pnltfl'*?'. th" lute Captain ]''.llls- 

to!', ' aHslMtan<'e and nt- 

tf'r;' ' fiulremehfs at- all 

■ ,s, became very popular with, the of- 
• !■.•» and men of the Tith Kcglment, 
In sucli a terrible 



He declared that this delay was IjTsfhg^ she wins her audience after a few mo 



commented upon by the public. He 
urged that three, at least, of the meas- 
ures be voted upon at the earliest posr 
SIble moment, and suggested the ISth 
Iniit- as a suitable date. 

Of the six bylaws which will have 
to go to the. ratepayers, the School 
Loan .bylaw for . $45,000, the High 
School site bylaw and the sewer l^oan 
bylaw for $50,000 were 
lerlon pointed out, re 
upoQ. In r;gard.;to the High School 
site measure the city had agreed with 
the school board. If the bylaw passed, 
to do certain work in the way of level- 
ling the site for the bnildlng at Spring 
Ridge, this work to be done before a 
certain date in <• ; : mber, and unless 
fi ; ! , tt once the c+tj^ 



ments to her own way of thinking,: 
and all agree that she is a' succesis for ] 
she won much applause apd two cur- 
tain calls. Thomas J. Price sings de- 
lightfully. "I'm Afraid of Too," and 
then there, are the moving pictutes at 
the dose of the show. 



'iim BHPHALT PAVEffiNT 

FOR FORT SIEI 



PRINCE RUPERT SAILS 

After receiving a. few small repalr.s 
at Bullena In' Esquimalt pver Sunday 
the 9tej\mer Prince: Rupert -caiiie - to 
the local wharves and^ loaded A fair 
I argo yesterday morning for North- 
f en British Columbia and departed. 
( vver twenty-five ; passengers were ^ 
V)rought over on the Iroquola yester- 
rla.v'^jn,ornlnff-4&F-4;he vessel from the 
.Sound. , , 

The jtollowlng wete the local- book- 
Ings: 

To Stewart— Guy Gavin, J. J. O' Sul- 
livan «nil Mrs. O'Sulllyan. ' 

The Prlnr-e Rupert arrived pn Satwr- 
(iaj- evening and, instead of going to 
,'^pattle n.s ii.sual, proceeded to BullcU's 
.yhlpyardfe at E.s(iiilmp.lt to .clean ,tind 
make s(>me small repairs toher boil- 
ers. ,The st.t^Hmer ha* six boilers, fnur 
of which lire gerterally used at one 
lime. Only fotir were used on the vr/y- 
iige frofn TChgland, and >Jt was to the 
diher two that some small work was 
rveoessar.v. Some palntlnsr to the up- 
per work wa.s alKO ih : , he -was 

tied vp. ! 

The st'-'i'imer brnuijht :t laigc crowd 
of pa8.Henger."< souU'i, there bping 12n 
first class an-d about forty .' ■ ■■< ! 
i •• ' — 



i»h >>, li^'-iio feel Ills loss 
,. •^"■l"'"'.* inanner most keenly^-nnd at the reipiesl 
with Mr. .Tacob . ■''* 



'-The Steamship 

Vancouver Sunday wun i>ir. .jacot7 ,,j several officets .ind nioh, Lieui-Col, 
Schiff, th(.W>rman- American- flhanciar ,;„rrie ha« decided to call a parade 
magnate and party. Mr. Schiff has] ,^f the regiment for the purpo.so of fol- 
just completed a' seven month holiday i |„,ving the remains to their last resting 
in AlasXa. and has .'-Jil ready left the. ,,i,i,.n_ ^nd he hopes that eyery member 
Terminal' City for New Yorfcncity.', of the regiment will make an effort to 
.Seen In Vancouver Mr. Schiff had' mrn up, and that oinplojers wlU, give 
the following to say: .'I have been' every faeility for their emp loyeea-tocge i 
away for seven monfths.- so I know^aw1ty'1frn^-^^n11^"^t-tt^^^^■~~" 
■nothing." h«-«nld, 'I am receiving my | The followmir f<'gimonfSl 'order has 
flTBt" mall m VanOouver, -; Yes; I have' been issued by Lieut. -Col. Currle, com- 
heen over the Copper' river railroad' mandlng the. Fifth Regiment, .C. G, A.: 
as far-aa Cordova, and a *plendld road ""The Regiment wll.r parade at the Drill, 



it in. We also vlsltefl Dawaop. Ket- 
chikan., Jltneau. Upper Yukon. Prince 
William Island. Icy Strait. Mt. TAlhs, 



Hall on Wednesday, the ?,rA instant, at 
l:SO p. m., for the piirpose of attemJImJ 
llic funeral 'of the late Captain P.-Ellis- 



Sltita and Prince RAip/brt. ' I went be - >""■ Dress: Churchy parade, order, with 
cause 1 Mt that a rrian stiotnd knowl'Torage cap s." 'T ' 

something about thejcoutitry. in 'which! ■,-'—■ - v "♦•" " ■■"■ 

h6 hag: Intereats, "and I h a,ve a BmalU 8. 8. Charmer vs.' S. S. Bermuda 
liiter"e.st in AlasRar/" TWrT^"^^.,^'' Tn 'ITiTs' 'a aro.se out of ti 

^" "" " the two steamers In 

bI year, Judginent 
; was glvau. last April. ukalnstthe.,e,tj?am-.. 

/ • -..f — r- — .■ .'* , "' I or Charmer.. The written reristmu Were 

/ _ f. '**"*'" Cruiser Passes In I handed do\vn yesterday, but owing to a 

/ .On .her^"Tvay to Seattle, tiio I'reje ii question of law, yet to be slated, they 
/cruleeil Montcalm,v passed ap the arc hot yet available. In the mrilter of 
Stfaitii this morning from .the south."' giving leave to appeal, there Is 'likely 



owned.: b^.lthe P.acl,£li! ^Coaat Steamship j ^jjiiL^lon beruWn the 

^Company. -was .apepially Chartered r^r; vancmiver harbor In 

the Schiff party. 



It Is unknown 
I .ulmalt. 



whothet gha will visit 



Notice to Mariners 
The light heretofiire sliii\\ri 
Prospect Point Iuih been 



ncri'M.sed in! 



' Bellcrophon in Port 

\rter f?omf' delay in loading her coai 
t Coiflriox, the Blue Funnel ' liner 
irrlved at this port yes- 
irht tv» a rev<u\tiig hkoi «■ >»('►-, *» m.^ ■ i.-f un.j mwEiMng t<j . tak** t*u ,-,00(1 oar- 
Bccond fiash with an interval of three] rel? c'f whale oil. She will sal) again 
Bt'conds between, the flashes. |toftIsht. 



i>ower and (.hanged from a fixed white' Hellerophon ar 
light to a revol\iiiK light giving a sl.t- (erday mi. ruin)! 



to be some argument as to whether 
the tinic hn.«< not expired within whi<h 
an appeal may be taken. It being an 
.irgunble point whether the J.lme for 
taking an appeal liegan to 1ru'n from 
the date of the formal. Judgment given 
some months ago, or whether that 
time was prevented frotri running ,by 
virtue of a provl.^Ion made nt the tittle 
the forma4 Judgment was given. 



would "not be In a poslljbh to 'carry but, 
ItsL agreement. Alder.nian Bannermari 
also objecteti ttr-ttnr delay -anthwantett 
to know the reason, therefor. 

Alderman Langley stated that the 
Dallas road fore.shore pri>iection by- 
law cannot be ^irepared until tho pro- 
vincial .engineers are through ;. wlth^^ 
their Inspecthm of the plans., Ho ex- 
pected that this would be done at 
once. In connection with the Public 
Convenience bylaw for $20,000, ahd the 
Isolation Hospital bylaw, petitions to 
have such measures submitted to tho 
■ratepayers will have to be circulated 
arid : that w^^uld take some time. 
■ It vV'as felt t.hat while the I8th Inst! 
would be-itoo soon; the voting might 
take place on the 2.'ith, b'lU ho definite 
date was decided iipon. 

■Alderman' Ross took <-\ -i iiti"n to a 
rc(|uest jnadeby the Tradi's and Labor 
Council that the city, when calling for 
tenders for gArbage {ln«, .'ihouhl con- 
fine ■the manufacture of the tins to 
local concerns and .only those firms 
which <!mployod>un!"n l.'^ibor. Alder- 
man Ross lie I loved • inicil should 
not be dictated to isiders," and 
Alderman Ra.vniond .stated that It 
\youUl bo unfair to !'>''«' concerns ns 
ri-o doubt .several i 
entplo.v union labo. 

The rofiuest of the Traded an ! i, - '• 
council Was received and filed 

While the Municipal Claiise.s A.t 
stipulates that all municipalities shall 
appoint three fence view ers, t he city 
has never hitherto done ,s0r"^TTt na a 
request frqm Messrs. Haningfon and^ 
Jackson, eoUcItors,, that fence viewers 
i.„ •■■■•'<•■'«#; as j,l|cy wIshed-4o"tako 
i„.and-.^eaniu).t .do so unjll 
'■' ■ - - e ,\ ern^ are o.ppOinted, Aldermen 
Fullerlon nnd Ross and Mr. .George^ 
Jeeves were appointed. Jilst what are 
fence viewers and what are their du- 
ties none of the council appeared to 
know, but the new app'^intees wUI get 
togetlter and read up the act. -~. 

Tendnrs for installing tho cluster 
light system on Yatc.'i .street, , between 
Douglas aud Blanchard streets, were 
received from the following: Louis A. 
Borde, $3,481; J. H. MacRachfan. 
$3,750; Electrlcel Construction Com- 
pany, $2,100 for laying th'* under- 
groui.id eon.dulii?, aiiji $1,475 {'.or ln.stal- 
'Illg tlie fights. 

T.Jii4itr« -.ffti^ ^afrftd+ng—rtnd-1aTinsr~tho:: 
concrete foundatioii_ for the .Yates 
Htreet--pavement -were^— received from 
the city engineer nt $fi,92;i; I-fuch Mc- 
Donald, $M.0sn. and Thomas Stedham. 
$.f,R24. Tender?! for a cement luLxer 
wero received from the B.C. Hardware 
i'onii)an.\", R. Angus, B,(^. Equipment 
Company, 11. D. Rockland,. Canada 
Foundry ('ompai)>', John .Meston, 



City Council Decides to 

, Ert^neer's Recommenda- 
tion—Necessary Bylaws to 
Authorize Raising of Funds, 



For Norlhcrn B. G. Ports 

S. S. VADSO 



On 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 4th 



.lOHN BARNSLEY, Agent, 534 Yate« Street 



Phone 1925 



To light Fort street from Douglas 

street to Cook Street by cluster Usbts 

and constructing the necessary undcr- 

-ffl:nuhd CQJDdUits..^., , _, 

Paving Fern wood road— from ...Fort 
etrcet to Gladstone avenue ■with as- 
phalt and constructing gutters. 



Paving -5^'ith asi^)haat Vlet^'" streBT 
from Dougkis street to, Blanchai'd 
street, and llghting..wl»,h cluster lisht-s— 
_ Ligh tin g- Yates street f-rer^ - Dojigl'afti 
'street^to UTanEhard street with Cluster: 
Jlghts, and constructing the necea- 
sarjr underground conduits. 



W^''-^ 



A Satisfying Food 



Appelit' 

. ] leanfiy 
<hat supply ilic 

TTc'ilt! 



On the rccohimehdatioh of theiclty 
engin< / city, touhcli night 

decided that the pavement i^ oe laid] 
on Fort street between iJouglaa and, 
Caok streets ' " 'c asiihalt. 'Thej 
engineer guvi lii.y oi)inion ihati 

that class -of jnnteiial would lar^i " i 
twenty yet),r*, ■ thu.s permitti•n^; 
spreivd4«s oJf-'-the-; payments iU(i u 
period of thSIt; leifjgth of tim.'. 'i'ho; 
necessary by-laws authorising thej ,.„ , , : ; 
raising of the moneys to permit of the! aUlUii.iit >n i 
laying of the pavement and t I'ie ex - ■ i . ^ . , j t . ^ . ^, : • 
))roprI.atlon of the necessary i.:ii!.l in ' '■ 
widen tho thoroughfaro were put; jp , 
through their various stages. Therei 
la nothing further to be done how, but; l(j-t(is lllU) I'L 
adjudicate upon the claims ptit in by 
owners tor compensation for the land." 
to be expropriated 'by the city. • Tl: 
estimated cost of laying the pu-vcmeiu. 
reconstructing the sidewalks and en- 
larging the walks to a width of 
twelve feet with Jthc necessary curbs 
and gutters, etc.. Is put at $84,500 to- 
wards Tvlitch t)iej tHty will contribute 
the auin uf $15,()00y — 54x0 amounft to 
be raised under the by-law f^r expro- 



, J 



appetite 

lalui' 



sig'pal for 

11=; for the .■simple 



mcl ari'i r('ii;n!'<. 

food dements 



iiircirients. 



■ ;iri 
I It I<1 



lie 



M. lit I ]i ^-Htisfied-wlien (he proper kind and 

is liken into t1)e hody at slated intervj^ls. 

'' !crn chef and caterer, have created 

>f(en unnatural appetite whicli, 
elcg;rces of indigestion, dyspcp- 



laisc 

■ diffei eiiL 



etc—food insanity 



Grape-Nuts 



amuseVients 



Parlagofl New Show 
"Whose Btiky Are You?" and 



"Buf- 



prlatlng land is estimated at $181,71^'?. 
Time for the filing of claliha by own- 
ers whoso lands will be affected by 
the widening worl<, ■ has expired, and 
some fifty-seven— owners haye filed 
claims. These claims will be consid^ 
-cr^fd by the city engineer, city soli- 
citor i»?>d assessor, who will report 
back to the city council. 

Other by-laws" considered i h 
i-o-wfteil-hHit-al^iit- ipoliided a muniaT 
authorizing the fonovvin's local; im- 
provement • works: 

Grading, draining and laylhg bitum- 
inous macadam on Camosun street 
bctwe'on Pai'idpra avenue arid Grant! 
silreet ainl constructing 

■».td«Wi:vlk'»*-**Mr"'^^--^^'^'^** ^'*^ *■''*'' street 
■with curh ah(T gutters (ind "necessary 
loitral. eewifr, water and surface drain 
iM.)iinections, 

Gradinif and pavi' i -sphalt 

McKerizte 'gtfCTf beivvecii 'LlHaen.': 

avenue and Moss street, and perman- 
ent sidewalks on both nhles, and <x- 
proprlating ucccsaary , laud to «i<n- 
liniie the sti-eet at a uniform -^'idth 
of liG fcet,to I'lnden avenuo. 
; Gonstructlng u _permnnent el.dewftlk 
of concrete on the iinrtli pid<' of Kiin- 
eoe ^itrect from Montreal street to St. 
.X.avvrence street. 



ivs a sa.tis%ing" food— I't IS conipnsed of the natural elements 
to satisfy the natural appetite and restore order in the di- 
gestive machinery which, may have been thrown out of 
(j-ear In iniprni»er thoU,G;'h often "fashionable" foods. 

The crisp, firm, "nutty" g:fattulcs of Grape-Nuts tnake 
honest mastication nccessajy. Its wholesome "fra-vbirwalfteg^~ 
it appetizing-, and the albumens, carbohydrates and Potas- 
permai'iontl .s-ium Pho'^phatc froui th^ whole wheat and barley, makes it 
a satisfyinti' food^— bot-b to the scnscyof ..taste and to the 
bodyneed'^. . 

Ten d<L\ -' t rial will cotiviiiceTinyoiseth^t 

"There's a Reason" for Oraiie-Nals 



'"■-'^-■^'•-i--'-- 



Canadian Tfade ^uppUedliy .datiadiatt PoIKnfin^I^IeMl Co. 

Ltd., .Windsor^ Ontario 



flgfl i Hr jt vi iW .JS i S tm M i ii.4it^m 



wimK y V i .," 



I 



TuMdiy, August 2, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COL 




ott s 
Big Cuts 
On__ 

Blouses 



rOX 80o — I'l'ilv whiU' UuMi 
'waists, pini)rii!flri-ea~T|-0ntb, In- 

sCTtii'ii ii*1inmoil.' , ', / ' 

rO» 75c-.\\hlt.- miiU iiuislln 

V'linise)?,' Hlt-iivt-r «^iT>l)roltlei'y 

rrurU'!?, siitl collars, louS 

slei'ves. " - 
t ^ 

FOR $1.00— I iBi-Hl>- while \i\\\\\ 

I'lmisus, trlniiutyi wiih l;"i' iUnl 

einbroidpry;- regular )• ■ si. 50 

FOX 81.35— A1-VV-3.VS milirrto 

.sold ju jl.T'i'; lian(JMonie iHwn 

illUl Illllslili Wl'sl^-. II I'..'- ' il" 
.'iifinK. 

rOJt $1.50 — HoR^t tftti— riiiiU- mus- 
lin himisis. sfilil i-t'^jiilarly at 
$'J Htid $-..'ift;, these are new 
iiiinlr'lf'i nli- ove i' embroidery 
frdiits. t rltnnipfr vrffTi' )»ce ^tii'l 
pniiyroiJ«>r'>\^ ^'T ,, Hre"" kooiF 

\aluf at regular, figirres and 
t li limping burgaln.s. at. $.1;50. 



DON'T MISS THESE IF YOtl 
WANT TO SAVE MONEY 



E E. Wescott 

Sole Af;cnl lor .McCall I'al- 
Icrns and Fashion Jonrnal 

649 Yates Street TeL_26 




Happeninos 



''-•Kuil.-iii> lii-hl a ..successful 
; 1 '1 ( 1 v:iige ta We__f hw ),\ Jgs|;^^ o u 

H. A. GjaSpel and AA'. J. 
liave been' .elected . school 
l":<sttfcKaf. 



lower 



J. l-'anner 
lru.stees a I 



t'liilllwack will have no speed con- 
ipst.i for the ponic.« In connection with 



.V iiarliijiilrfrly malodorous beerle 
lias hiuni nuiTting life uniileasani I'or 
!dJX:;halt-CBCa2TBrs" ancrothers at Nelson. 



Kov. -KTK. Saiiford^„i&_tQ___h£.. tlie 
i-.pastor of the new Trinity Methodist 
, 'ilUtfiiU-irsucajTSi-r. 



rlistrlct alinosl daily at the 
assay officii. 



X'ancouver 



A. W. Powell, or.GrcfU Kails, .Mont., 
ha.s secured the contract to VliITa the 
nc\\ Presbyterian manse at Fort 
lienrgc. Ills to be a pretty butigulow 
111 the MisHion six'lc. 

It lia.* been Jeriiled In iiinke 111'' new 
Hotel Fort Ueorgc a threr-.«iorc.\- 
.siriK-tiire, In.stead tjf- two sturevs uh 
fir.si planned." U will Imve 6.'. giicst 
nvuns. with ■ ninntng water, electric 

l»h! 1. h-plii'lie.-.. eir. 



7= 



15 



- r,::;sa,'r. 



_ Smith 
On Sunday there pajsaed away at St. 
Josephs Hospital, Louisa Smith, at 
the age of -9 years. She was born In 
■N'ew VVefltnilnster and. during her resl- 
ilpnce here x^J^/^A at «8(( Pjeni broke 
street. She has no relatixes in this 
(■lt.\-. The i-einains hnxe bef>n removed 
t>> ilie- p*i^k>«*--' of the- B.C. Funeral 
[•'iiriiishijig Compan\', from where the 
funeral will lake, place oir Wcdiu-.sda.v- 
nfiernoon at - o'clock. Interment wiil 
be made in Ross, Bay cemetery. 



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Christmas 

The'Ternalns of ,the late .John fUn» 
(Tolph ('hrL^tiiias, who (Tic?cl on Satur- 
day night lH.st. will be laid at rest this 
afternoon In Ross Bay cciTieter>. 
I'wneral services will be conducted at 
the il'anna Parlor.s at - o'clock \)y Rev. 
Mr. Sto\.Mison. ^\■ho will also officiate 
af the, gra\ csidc,,.,.. 



NEWS OF THE CITY 



.\ spU'lLOii leam 'if iselowna Imise: 
last week es;ablished a record by 
covering eight niilea of bad'i'oairin u 
fast iilnHway Without doing the slight' 
esl damage to ' ihcmsolves ■ or the 
ccluipagc to wiiich Lliey were aii-u bed. 



IHome Nursing Society 

Tlie r''giilar iii<'iuli)y iiii-eilng of th'=- 

'^ J Homo Xur.sing StOGltoty will be held oil 

Tue.sday afternoon' in W^t 1 'itV'Mall, 

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The I'liji'i- I'raser' steam' r 'l-'i'ii 
I'ra.ser" has returned to l'"oi'i i.rcoigi> 
("rom 'I'pte Jaime Cav'he, .successfully 
completing a first Vound trijiln splen- 
did tline. Liniiig is not even )iece«- 
sar> nnd will— b«^-arbandoaed in future. 



a. .M, Hurweli. 
water "counseT 



Premier McBride is the first de- 
positor of the new strictly Provim-ial 
liank of Vancouver. 

The. Salvation Arms h as sent out 
about r>.Onn personal, appeals In Van- 
iJliiyer for support with funds for the 
proi)osed peopie^s palace. 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 



COAL COAL 

Victoria fuel Co. 



622 Trounce Ave. 



Phone 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COIVIPANY 



Let's Get 
Acquainted 

Get -the , habit or" eomtnff 1 
liall's whenever you need an 
i.ning ill drug: storp SrobUs*. A\ ■ ' 
vvorth your while 'beeauso our 
"goi Tflsr our prices, -our Avjry. of (hi- 
ing bifsiriesf!, -i>ur promptness in 
.•-I !\ing >>'>u will s.'tisfy. 

BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTION 

here to^ he Jilled, tlia-t^ vvbu^d. be 
a good introducii'on. ,'■ • ' ' 



HALL'S 

CENTRAI. DBUO STORE. 

!' Vales and Oousifua — titreet, 
Tel. 201. . 



Vancouver boa.sts the proud pos- 
session, in Mr. W'. M. Coats" "Ingast- 
eiitone Rustem." o f th e prize fox tcr- 
riei^of the worlds 

^ftsJuaiKlhk' t% .'^trengtli of a charjtf.. 
.iyniimTTe "fii Vfunip ^^Vijj^stfugjr" at 
."-•"uih Vancouver, Krit*' Ln-irson had 
his right leg almost torn from the--' 

.\lr. .1. A. Fraser, M. P. P., attended 
I public meeting held reiceutly at X'ort 
(Joorge.TPVlew'lnK th,e work of tlie last 
parlianientary session in the speech 
of the evening:.. 

" Nutnerous black bearsv both groat 
aiid smalj. have been gMmpseO_^ on the 
X<)rth Loflsdalc addition of Xorth 
Vanct^uver recently. ■ The berries have 
brought them in. 

TJie cleanup of the d«rl*>*o placeps 
is now fn progress. a,nd shiprnents of 
dust are being r^c^iyea from that 



retained .1.- .-;ifcial 

^y '.th~e'""e'ity of Van- 

rcSiSftrs^lpLsr reported that that — uity 
can save "JMOOtOOO in fifty years by 
mal<Tng~"pi'Ovlstoji for water mains on 
the new bridgrrnP'oposed to span the 
Second Narrows. __ 

H. Wllhop. a Rosslandh-drlver. fell 
under the heavy wagon— J> yhftn . . „ h i! * 
iiorses slipped on a greasy side-htll 
and went Over a steep embankment, 
sustaining a fracture of the scull and 
two brolien -rifa i. r. itt B "t » PoJL,/txp e cted^ 
to recover. """ ■...•: : '• _- 

nsSyi the "Fort George Tribune': 
"The importance of Koft George as the 
central point of the vast surrounding 
country has. been dul.\' recognized by 
the Provincial Government, and the 

jvork of the €'rect4on -of - the splendid 
public buildings f^ir^. the , district harf*- 
commcnced without loss of time; . Mr. 

..fl^,,^a.,iRnwda1I, Government Agent at 
Barkervllle. to whom was assigned 
"the task of clioosing a site, went ex- 
haustively Into the merits of the dif- 
fpreRt- l©ca4+orw-T>rtiT»ostnt "Ti-nrt ■trF("'Iilpa 
that . Fort .George had many advan- 
tages for buildings of .so important a 
character. The site chosen Is an ideal 
one, the property facing west C'entral 
avenue ( a tOO-fopt thoroughfare.) 
The main building will he 50 by 78 
feet, and will contain the court house 
and jail. The land "registry office, a 
separate and distinct building. Mill be 
30 by 60 feet. Work is, proceeding as 
rapidly fls possible and. it' Is ex,p|GCted 
the buildings will be reajijt Jfor occu- 
pation by t>ec»(Jmber Ut." - 

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^' Pa,rade Ordered 

The- fbllowihijj regiiTichtal order b>- 
r.t.-i'ol, X. \\. Ciirrlc. commanding the 
I'ifth Regiment; was issued \caterday: 
4._p;».riHie: - ■• The- -reghnf nt "Wtir p'arailn 
at the Drill Hail on Wcdntjsday the 
3rd instant, at 1:30 p.m., for -tjio pur- 
pose of attending, the funeral of the 
late ("aptaln -R- " Elltston. 
Church parade order with 
cap.s." 



MANY PASS-^"-:- ■ :—■ . ' '< 
HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS 



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SAN FRANCISCO 

Geary Street, above Union Square 
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis 
Kiiropean Plari SI. 50 a tiay up 
American Plan $3.00 a day up 
A new steel and brick structure. 
Furnished at a cost of $200,000. 
Every comfort and convenience. 
A liigh class hotel at very moder- 
ate rates. In the center of the the- 
atre and retail district. On car 
lines transferring to all parts of 
city. Omnibus meets all trains and 
steamers. Elaborate booklet- with 
splendid map of San Francisco free 
on request. 

HOTEL STEWART 



..Marjory Tait. 561; Alfred E. Beck- 

!vith. STu; Robert 'S. S. Yates. 560; 
Viulet .\; Jlarman, 54S; Stanley A. 

: llnlllnfr, '547; Lurna K. DumbletiMii 

' :'4&v May K. Molr, 545; Wlnnifrud G. 

j Hauck, 544: Dorothy N. M. Frampton, 
543; .loiina F. Middleto'n, ,"i35; Phyllla 
C. Rcid, 531; Gladys M. Johnson, 529; 

; Ha'/.el A. McKltrtck, 526; Robert H. 

' Spencer. 525; Huth G. Fox, 523; 
Christina Hamilton. 520: Roy L.. W(Ile. 
1,5; Catherine E. Browne. 511; Alex- 
ander J, Mulc-ihy, 611; Albert A. 
Gerow. 506; Hansford G. Sprinkling. 
pp;^: Lorna M. MacKacherh, 501; 
Ralph H. Cbnracl, 500; I>orothv R. 
fiurlck, 499; Elizabeth Purvis,." 495; 
Eileen C. Dunribleton, 494; Percy B. 
Bc£)sley, 491; Vere W. Carter, -489; 
R.ibcH H. Fort. 4S9; Katie M. Jack- 
.snn, '489; Frederick R. Rowan, 4«y; 
Henry GHSceiignc Francis, 487; Edna 
'irant, 486; Robert Stewart, 485; Vic- 
toria McGlll. 482; Mabel A. Rogers, 
is:'; Isla E. Adam8,.479; Ethel M." 
.lohns. 479; Robert Mollvrlde. _479; 
Lily O. Townaend, 478; H e l e n A . cTta:)-, 
4 77; Henrietta Ca8e»_.4ia.;_ Alexander 
\V. Stajilcs, 474; ■ Krma -C. Ce.ssford. 
•l«4T-RolTert-1iV:--wrcKayr~'««*r Charles 
.\L llardk", 463; Stpjla H. Young. 463 



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Lillian. W. Grubb, 450; Lambert 
^iing. 450. '"■ 



We Offer You The 



Best Styles 
and Finish 



"1 pliotoi;;ra|»iiv tlTTil il i.s ]»o^i- 
.-^ible to ^ct, and al a price 



Victoria High School 
Preliminary commercial course; 
number of candida.tes, 28; passed, io; 
ma.ximum mark, 700— Raymond M. 
Myers, 517: litigiT- F. Skelton, 479; 
Matid P. l.ampherer *64; William' J. 
.Jones, 424; Hilda Morris, 414; Lillian 
a. \Vatlion,_ 412;- Florence M. Flett, 
198;. Arthur J. McKltrlck, 398: Flora 
.\I. Hagenbuck, 3S2: Victor L. Leigh, 
;i81; Lewis HeaUl, 380; Maude Wcb- 
378'; Daisy A. Bryant, 377: .-Mian 
Vrman, 370; James Cumminfi, .Zhi.. 
Full course. Junior grade; maximum 
mark, 1200; number of candidates, 6; 
passed, 5-rIra Dilw-orth, 878; George 
Hi.ssott. 868; Rita llhston. 798; Mar- 
guerite BIssett, 763; Bessie DR-klnson, 

Advanced chursc Juni.>r grade. 
,Mi<.\iinum ma-rk, l.ooo: Xo. o) candl- 
ilates, 45; pass'-d, ;!i»rence M. 



tWcr, 3 

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Maxlmurfl mark, 900.; No. of candl- 

• li'teo \- ponsed. 0. 

St. George's School 
lull courscrj uniui gtadt ;. .Vtaxlmnni 
f.iark, 1.200; N'o. of candidates. 2: 
passed. 0. 

St. Ann's Academy 
Preliminary course, junior grade. 
Maj{ln.vufli-.aiiark, JiMi-.- l i< i r, o l - cm*M^= 
dates, 5; passed, 1: Elsie A. S^ther* 

land,.,.i75J^--..~-"-~"~— ~ ^^— 

Full course, junior grade. Maxirmmv 
hiark. 1.200: No. of candidates, 2; 
pasesd, 2: .Veil Robertson, Til; Kath^ 
erine O'Rourkc, 639, , ' — - , 

.\dvance(i .course, junior ' grade. 
Maximum mark, "l.OOO; No. of_candi- 
datf's, 2; pa.<fscd. 2r Enitna L. Gonna- 
sqn. 724; May Jackson. .")99. 

OBITUARY"1\IOTrCES 

Cousins 
Lconat"d.<'ousins died ;it .St. Joseph's 
Hospital. August 1, after a whort ill- 
ness, aged 60 .vears. , The remains were 
removed to the Victoria trndertaklng 
Parlor*. Funeral arrangcment.s will 
I'C ann'iunced later. 

Cousins ' 

Tlierc -pasBcd " a way 1^ tfi* «». 
Joseph's hospital last event hg ■■ at— >, 
o'clock, one Iff Victoria's oldest an«i 
most Te.'«pected citlr.eps in the pcf.ioM 
of Leonard «'ouslns. The cause- ot 



Caledonia Society 

The Cali/ii'uiia .'-imien will 
-Vugii.'^r ,'hd, at S p.ui., in Jiall 
V\'. lUiildliig.'--, A'atcs street. 



nieei op 
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Ladies of MaccabvB^s 
The l>adle.<! of the .Maccabees. Bax- 
ter XII ve,N.g, 8, will hold their regular 
mooting on Tuciiriay e\ening. August 
2nd, ._at 8 o'clock, hi .Semple's Hall. 

Change Place of IVIeeting. 
The Ladles' .soetet}»--or- St. Paul's 
Kvangelist Lutlierarr church _[»:ilL.iiiCttt 
Wednet^day afternoon at 2:30 at the 
home of Mrs. Fischer of View street. 
aiemhpr.1 plenac note the .iu'i^- -1 



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craslinatio-n. Thcref(n-c, be up and doing, and do il quickly. 



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Tommy Burns in Town 
.VI r. Tommy Biirnp. the — gx-heavy- 
weight^champion of the world and hl.s 
manager, .Mr. H. Mcintosh, made a 
hurrltrd visit to this city Sunday after- 
.iioon. After arriving op the .3 u'ckick 
boat from -Vancouver and being whiz- 
zed ai;ound the city in an automobile, 
they continued their way south on the 
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car, only thrcc-f|iiarters oi a mile from the hear t of the city, and 

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To Dedjcate Church 
Bishop Perrin ret-«jrned home . yiei- 
day from Alberni. where on Sunday 
morning he instituted the Rev. H. H. 
Lewis Seale as rector of the district. 
In the evening he dedicated a new 
church which, has been built at Port 
Albiernl. On Thdrsdav next the 
etshop - wtltTornrerrare-tlTW-rre'lN'^Th u r cTi 
which has been constructed at Sidney 
Services will be held at U o'«l9jplC^.v«Jid 



at 4 'in the atferiioon. 
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World" on Wednesday evening In the 
Metropolitan .Vlethodist ("hUrch. Atr. 
I'^dward I'«rsonH,''the organist, will also 
render several selections on the new- 
organ. This lecture Is gh'en under 
the auspices of the Ladles' Guild of the 
MetropoU.tan..4JUiucch,.,~ Dr^, Biand- lut.^. 
tured here last surnnieV and made a 
reputation then with the Victoria au- 
dience that will no doubt insure hlin a 
large attendance tomormw cvr--. f::t; 



headofflces kept in Victoria, where he 
believed they should be located. 



Ran Amuck 
An i:s(|ulmali >liound car ran amuck 
SuiTday morning at the corner of. 
Henry .and ICBquitnalt-Fou-Ai-wheifr-the-h 
rear iruttks of \i^ car took" the turn 
on the Gorge tracks while the forward 
.trucks took the^ Ksnuimalt track, re- 
sulting, in the slight dama^ff^ of the 
sidr> of the cair: and the tearing awav 
of the side of a telegraph pole, whicii 
will he replaced by a new one. No one 
was hurt. 



Dr. Bland to Lecture Here 
R*V. Dr. Bland, of Wesley College. 
Winnipeg, wllj give hi» lecture on 
"Some Impressions from the Old 



Interview Mr. D. D. Mann 

*rjf:, -I I . t \ -W 1 iBOiv,- pre.«i ti en t 

rhe~Roarfl~fiT Trade; "find .Mr. Simon 

LeIser, a member of; the council of that 

organization, met and interviewed Mr. 

IX X). Maniw vlhe^ preaiUou t . p.4>f — the 

Canadian Northern.^ yesterday, on the 
finest ion of the Canada Collieries C'om- 
pany removing their hf-ad office .,fi:o^ri^ 
N'lctorla' to Vancouver. ' Mr. Mann 
Ktate„d tha.tJt was the first that he had 
heard of the intentions Of the com- 
pany In that direction, and that he 
woiild Immediately communicate with 
Mr. Mackenzie, the presttTeht. and use 
ever.\' influence possible to havf the. 



Disposition of Rifle Range. 
In rcspon!?e to a qu,er,y of .Mayor 
Morley as to what the, MiUtla de- 
partirfentlnt' : .•dn"g'",wrt!rihe~CTo^ 
ver Point rifle 1,1 ugi which it has been 
reported, will be disp'jsed of by the 
go\-ernment. I^leut. Col. Currle has 
written tihe mayor to the effect that 
despite all thierTumors to the contrary 
cTr"f"he hotds nu b r i ef' -fronr-the.- mil i t ia- 
department of C^anada-to sell or .dis- 
pose of the, rifle range In any way, 
nor has he any intimation- that the 
depar.tment-lntcnd.s. to jll.>ipos« Of -the- 
ninge. Lieut. Col. Currle, however, 
stated that the dei>artmant realizes 
that Clover Point Is an unsatisfactory 
rang'' an)d it has asked him to report 
on the acquiring of a new j;.ange but 
Avhat disposition , the depaftmerrt- will 
make of the present land he does not 
know. 



Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



LINER CLAVERLAY'S 

CARGO SLIDES 



Forty Thousand Feet of Lumber Slid 

Off the Vessel at Vancouver 

Into Water 



Tb.- I'.nti.-Tli steamer Claverly, load- 
Ing lumber at Ha.stings mill for Aus- 
tralia, was tht* m'-iinc of a peculiar 
mishap on Saturday afternoon when 
.some 40,000 feet of lumber slid off the 
vessel into the inlet. The steamer is 
one of the turret type, anjl' be.'kles 
cai'rying carKo In her holds, and on 
dcclt. ta,kes a large quantity of lum- 
ber qn her tuirret, this cargo being 
lashed outside the vessel's plates...^ 
This work was completed on Satur- 
day, but the vessel took a roll and it 
quantity of lumber stowed aft on the 
starboard side .slid into the harbor. 
Released from this weight the Claver- 
ly listed to port, and the lumber in 
the corre.s|)ondlng jjo«ilii,>n on the port 
si<le broke loose. 




olive .M. Hayes, \€'i; Mildred Chrow.j death was heart failure. Deceased 

was born in Worthing. Sussex County. ; 
lEiigland. 59 years jigtv,- coming to: 
catlfornla when 29 years of age; He 
lesidad In the southern state for some 1 
time and • came to Victoria 26 years' 
ago. Hft .leaves tii> mourn hia loss » \ 
wife and seven children, five gran<l i 
children and- a large circle of friends. 
He wa* an esleerued jnember of I. O. 
O. F. under; whjxse .-oi^jpices the fun- I 
efal Will he heild.' Nci arrai^gements I 
have as yet_.bfwn' madp, but) will be 



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-THE 

Geo. H. Larrigan 

STUDIO 

1230 Govcrnmerrt Street 
' )ff ice Phone 2302; 



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TK« Soul of a Piano i» the 
Action. Insist on 

OTTO MIGEL" 

Piano Action 



LlaJl?^'. 70S; 
ltul)y A. Thomas, 7:).^: William 1 
<oehra»»e, 732; Ralph K. Bell, T.i 
'•ecjilii Sargent. ■ 700; ..M-kbel A. Ir- 
\ Inc. t;"8; lOlla .VI. Lteans, 646: Roy L. 
1: j<: ti4C: (Jrace W; .Miller, 644; 
.:..ii;, \i. Elliott, 040; Bina Brynjnlf- 
soii, i;27; L'dlth .M. F'ercivni 
L,aura .Si. (la'.vlev. Cilt; Heth T i:.,:. 
rny. — TliVTi^r ■ Mctntyrc, . ;.ns; 

.Murjory' .,Gi Annie c:. Main, 

.'.90: OUvl'n G. t'aiueioii, 585; Evft B. 
VA'ti^. ■ 5S5; Helen Thompson, 583; 
Lilian ,|i'hnso;i, r)78- Gtace Kar-^n'i.''. u, 
•"m7: Mary Middlclo.n, 569; .Margaret 
I'. Stewji ' H. Ki'ceinan Harding, 

til; Li I .154: Jack- CMaCv '151 ; 

llenvv !■'. I ul>J'.vr-ll, 545: Elsie F. .VIcsp, 
545; Dais V Tegart, 512; Elsie .VL Tay- 
' ' ■■;".: i-lr.ic H. Blklhgton, 521; 
' Hi-mvn.^uOOr Margaret "1>. 
\l.-ii:. .1.111. .lOO. ■ ', 

.\dvitnied Commercial course.. Xoi 
• r (-andida'tes, S; pitssejl, 7; niaxlmuhi 
mark, 1,100, Krna «;'. Papke,---<5X.>; 
.Magnu.<i \V. Nj <;'«)l\*in, •675; .^gne's Ful- 
lerton,' G62; Florence K. H:il<ei-, Jiy: 
Otiy A. Cavhi,' 650: Elizabeth Tful 
644; .Matidc LcdJhgham, 572. 

rirei-n.i-iii.i I., frrade. Maximum uuirk, 
1, 20c. Klldfues, 1 ; _pas8ed, t). -, 

Ouncana 

\ !i i iii.w.v courHe., Junior grade. 
i .Maximum .mark, HOO; .No. of randl- 
;il-if".s, 10;, passed 6: Wilfrid E, Christ- 
1 luas, 691: Lenore ,M. Smith. 5S6; Juno 
' H. Ventress, 505; Charles J. Greene, 
.')03: CornelliiH M. Suiilh, r>.'. (;e;irg.'' 
I Kvane. 4HL "~ " 

Burgoyne B»)/ , 

i riellmlriary Yunr.'-i-. j!uit..i- gr.-tde. 



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Ellistoin 

*he funiBliir of the late < 'aptaln ElUs- 

on, who met death under sudden and 
.unfortunate circumstances will take 
place, on Wedneadajj' afternoon at 
2 o'clock. The body will remain at 
the "Work Point Barracks until Wed- 
nesday morning, when it will he re- 
moved at 10:30 to his priv.ite residence 
"•Felixstowe." Qnadra street. fro<n 
where the funeral will take place, Ser- 
vices ulll be conducted at. the liousi- 
,'ind fr-'in there the (ortege w ilL ptax- j^ 

' I ■ ' Cwdar Hill ciiurch, when- 
:; ( 'ooper,- T{. ('.. A. cbaplin, 

will 111. 'I'll'' fui>>-r:)l • -A ill 111 

mil I tar: 

Martin v - - , 

The death <»'.:i;iiired at. Resthoiinc 
.SiinKariiim on Siipda.V murtilngof Mrs. 
Alexamler Martin. The deceased had 
been a great stifferer for 80me,^tlinc 
find her death was not unexpected. 
She, was liorn .'H Rfverfleld. Quebec, 
but for about "twenty years re^idgd at 
Regina, Sesk. Besides her hushand. 
Mr. .Mexander .Martin, she leaves to 
mourn her locv her n»other.- mie V»i'0- 
ther and four sl-tter.s, one. of vv*hftn> ja i 
Mrs. E. J. .Martin, of 2411 Work strce,tJ4 
I-'uneral services were held at the { 
Ifaniifi Parlors. .\1ond.i\ afterttooh; I 
conducted b.>' thrr'ttcv .- 1). MeRae, liij 
tlie ahHence ot Dr. Campbell, of Fli-st i 
I'rcshyterlfln Church. The following | 
acted as pallbearers: r>. H.. Molorle, J. 
W. Orr, J. S. noulding K < Martin. 
Ituerment takes placi > mcouvcr 

tnriny 

McGrath 
Tlie funera) of the late Mrs. Ellxn- 
beth AlcCJrath, who succumbed on Sat- 
urday ntglit last to Injuries wlijch she 
h'sd received from a. fall out of the 
fire escape door on the top floor of the 
lOmpi'ess itptel, will take place on 
Wedncs'lay .tnoruing frum the parlors 
(ft the' "B.C. Ii'mieVal l''unilMhliig Com- 
pany, at 8;4ri, iind services will be held 
In .<<i. Andrew's Roinaii (Jathulic Cu- 
Ihedral !\i: !i (hcldcl;. Interineni will 
Hlv place In rPtws ■HTry-ceiiieiir)-. 



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V \T-^- 

\under .Canadian 

Coiitrcl 



a Oil Company, of Los 
Angeles, California 



Under Canadian 
Control 



Capital, $1,000,000 



.Stitdy tlie following price? of oil stbcks^nd see 
what this Company's prospects arc. 



ir a 
■-nil 



Kdvalty 
-el l''icld 



■ i' I 7 I >l' ihr ( )il 
siirroun'h:il by 



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i\ er $3,000,000 in 



l.iuilc 

Saner Doiigii ... lo 

Stcrjin}; ,. . ..^5 

Cai il)oii .......;.. .13 

San I'"rancisco-and 
.McKiltrick $10 

shares 

rVcric^^^r-.-. ,ror- 



Isstic Price. Rrcscnt Price 



Dividentts. 

$15.00 10%. monthly 

,; 00 10',, rnonl h!\- 

4.00 2$% quarterly 
15,25 ' ^y < monllily 



-5l-^_;_28,5o_ 



30'// monthly 

TO' : hr per month 



>|m-.I 

liht ion 



h'-i of these ctjmpanic.s pay .spccial,bon4ises in 

Total Dividends to Date, 
JP31, 28 1,902. 



This Company owti.s a fycase of 60 .acres 
prodnced in the \cry heart of the Mari'ii; 
tinshcrs And Flowing W'ejls. 

The Lake. View Gusher, within 2 miles,'has'produi 
Oil dtirint? 3 months. Ncnv flowing 40,000 barrels per nay. 

The ( )bispo. within ^,4 niilc of onr pro])erty, brought in a lo.otjo Ijarrcl 
Well, on 5!h JMiic' ;o i.iSoofccL 

NOTE THE LOCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 
., ']'".\lr;u't frum the i.i'S ,\n,qrle-> Times, lnl\- tjth — hrum ;i correspon- 
dent — On Section 30. which is wi^in three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gusher, a tremendous well has recently been brought in. which I saw 
flowing at the rate of i.ooo barrels per hoiu. \-. t 'ongre.ssman llalc has 
a)itl\ -^;tl(l. I iirelcr this \\j.'ll Im tlie bi-.' ' ■ 'i 'In I .;ilcc\irw. as il is ;i])so- 
hio'lv niniiT I'liiiiriil ;ind shoiild !>- >i : -i -.irs iii i-iimc. 

i'his \\ v]\ holds the record in ihe .\.li<lua_\ in. Id lor haxinj; been drilled in 
.Waciiiv ij.is^ wilh ;i Icn-inch ca-^imj its \\h(de dejiili of. 2,105 feci, and its 
•jiri "hiri I' Ml i ■ n iiiai I ;iliir when ii i,-^ CMiisidcml lli;i! ihc oil was Struck after 
ihc drillers ha(l entered the oil sand but iwn lici. whcrca ni tlie case of the 
Ivakcvicw. I undcr.staml. they entered ilu ,m1 -,iiii| si.xlccn iei^i before the big 
producti^>n canieabout. , Jtist sisutli '^tiuii 30, the company is di;^illmg 

iwo wells on the f<irty and sixty acres it owns on Section 3J. (>nc'of tfic 
sv e!ls .is-4owtrovrr r:-.?()0 fee*-a-nd wiUvc.-ti-h the oil sand'at about 1,500 feet. 

'iMlc Mid\s;t\ Nuriheni, within .; ■■ \.inls of this Companv's propcrt\, 
brmitiht in a similar Well on |uly.4th last. aT ;i di ii!,li ni' i,o-'ii fcri. 

t'l >nt r:u'tiirs Cxpecl to re^tch. oil in i)0 da\'"-;. 

One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per day Means a Profit of $500 per day 

to the Company 



Drilling (Aiinmenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

0\cv /'-nnnn ''U.nr li;|\i- been --'M j irh'at1:?1y ■'ifrT^MiUM-'i\f'i']Vrft''hftyT""'\''aiic^ 

Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non=Assessable, now each 25c 

OOI1 a.-. I he Drill 



irn 



.\x .-ooii a.^ ihc Drill rc.aclics i.ooo feet the price will be raised io 501.. ()\\ will be r<M' lu 
.s'ubj'cclf. to' quotatiofi on lire Oil rCxchangc. ' ',li3day"yQ®^m,ty'4^^^^^^ 



.It l,X(Ki ten Id j.ooo feet. Price 



I Will Pay 5c per Shar;c Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Titnc Within Six Months at $t.oo per Share 



A. T. Frampton 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 

FISCAL AND TRANSFER A 



Mahon Building, Victorft 



16 



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tele 




phone 



CABS 

Do you know thut our glass front carriages arc 
at your disposal at the following charges — 
FOUR PERSONS, single hour. .. .?a.OO 

FOUR PERSONS, an hour and a half"" 

or over, at, per hour .{^1.50 

In four hours a pvarty of four can see the principal 
points of interest in the City taf Victoria for the 
moderate charge of $6.00. 



VICTORIAS 

If von wish, wc.canyfurnish a- Victoria, at 

l»ER HOUR $2.00 

SIN«GLE HOUR f».50 

These -vehicles carry three and arc mosL suitable.,^: 
for ladies doing aftenrroon calling. 



TALJ-Y-HO'S 

We have the only six-horse turnouts in Victoria. 
Driven by men who have ha.d a life-long experience 
on the Cariboo Road and the White Pass & Yukon 
trails. These coaches leave the hotels at half past 
nine for the mornLng dnVe and two o'clock for the 
afternoon. All points of intcr'^st arc covered and 
those in charge give the pa^ssengers a full explana- 
tion of everj'thing that is considered of value to tlie 
tourist. The drive is about fourteen miles and lakes 
from ofie and a half to two hours. 

The tare is one dollar. 

We have a small Tally-Ho built to carry a party 
of twelve, including the "driver. For rates apply at 
the office. ^: 



FURiNITlJRE TRUCKS: 

Furniture moving is an important undertaking. 
We have men who do- nothing- else. Our charges 

are — ,., „. 

BY. THE HOUR ...,,......^1.50 

With an extra man-.to help, per hourJpa.lK) 



BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS 

In this department prompt delivery is the import- 
ant factor. If you are catching a steajner or traia.. 
you like to know that your luggage or packages will 
be at the wharf or station in good time to depart 
with you. What is more annoying than .search- 
ing for your belongings a minute before your steam- 
er sails or your train pulls out. This is offset by 
our claim checks. Our drivers cneck your baggage 
at your residence. You present the claim check 
to the baggage-master— show your ticket — he then 
gives you the railway or .steamer check and that 
i.s all. You then go on your yvay rejoicing. If we 
cannot attend to your order we v/iU tell you and 
thus avoid suspense. 



EXPRESS AND GENERAL DRAYAGE 

We have 27 express and delivery wagons. For 
one of these, we charge— 

PER HOUR ..$1.CK) 



LIVERY 

Better single or double traps cannot be found on 
the Pacific coast. 

SINGLE HORSE AND TRAP— 

Morning • .^^.r><l 

Afternoon Sp3.00 



TEAMS 
. HALF A DAY :^5.(K» 

SATURDAY, SUNDAY and HOLI- 
DAYS, half a day . . J?7. 50 

For long distance*^ the office will furiHsli partic- 
ulars. 




phone 



I BOARDERS / 

We board/your horse, look after your trap and 
harries.s — ■ )■ 

PER MONTH : ?a5.«K) 

Our object is to please our patrons. We are re- 
.«;ponsible to them as to safety or damage done to 
furniture or goods. Our drivers, wc believe, are 
civil and careful and seldom knowingly overcharge 
If by any chance a mistake, occurs come to the 
office or notify us at once. In other words, give \i*. 
an opportunity to ptit right anything that displeases 



vou. 



Open Day and Night 



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VICTOBIA DAILY. COtONIST 



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TuMday. Awouiil 2. 1910i 



JELLS EXPERILY, 
fmOHNTRY 



Mr. R./W. Brock of Geological 
Survey Describes His Visit 
to Portland Canal District 
in Recent .Heport. 



Mr. R. NV. Brock, dlroctor of the 
geological aurvpy of the_ Ottawa Gov- 
ernment, in the surnrriary report of 
last year's work, Just ,r«}colv».-cl, writes 
us follows of his vi«ll last July to the 
Portland Canal lilsirlct: Porilund 
Canal Is th«? most northerly Inlet on 
the Canadian Coual, uml forniB part 
..f the l)oiinUary bt-two^n Hritlah Col- 
urtibltt and Alaska. ' Its lenntli is a' 
littlo less than 6U ; miles. Alioiu.JU 
nillps up Oli.Hvrvatory inlet branchea 
ntf. .At the hoad of i'ortland canal on 
R tlat at the mouth of. Bear river, the 
upw mining cami) of Stewart is being 
e.siabUslipd. The claims are .situuted 
on Bear rlver and Ita irlUularieH, eom- 
niencliiK- about feiur miletf iil> from 
tidewater... at Stewiu't. 

"In ISHU the flrsLLlaim (Roosevelt) 
was staked on Hitter creek, a tribu- 
tary of Hear rlvor, by a iirospector. 
who had gone into the head of Naas 
rlvi>f by' wilT Of J*ortland canat and 
Hear river. In lilOi'. Stewart's claim, 
on American creek, was staked. \\\ 
1903, a Deputy MlniuB FlecOrder's of- 
f.ioe was established, and in that and 
the rollowliig year some locations were 
niacle. in lirW and iy06, the principal 
claims on Glacier creek were staked. 
In 4»06-Mr. H. Carmlchael, I'rovincial 
.\Ssttxt'iV made a report for the Pro- 
vincial MineraloKlBt " on this district. 
Ke visited it again this summer, and 
hls^-report deseribing the best known 
claims has been issued by the Pro- 
vincial Bureau^of Mines. In 1905, Mr. 
Fred^ .Wiifit-hx while engaged in work 
"foFthe United iStatcs Geological Sur- 
viir_ln ^AlaskUj, made ji geological ex- 
imlnatlon -<it-th« upP^i" Part of TJnuk 
river, which is in Hrillsh Columbia, 
.iboui 40 miles north of Stewart. Ills 
report on this section was kindly given 
to the; Canadian Geological Survey, 
and was published Irf the Summary 
l^cporf't??'" l'"-'^'- -^^ Bear river ai»- 
r-ears to bel' • geologlpal 

l.rovinee, tli- d4r«ct In- 

i lervst to miuera a.nd pruupectMS In 

\ Stewart. ._: .._ 

, -TtTe^ country 1* of the character 

! w TiTcK ' lias become recognized as 

I tyjiical of south-ea.stern Alaska. The 

\ alley occupUid by Portland, canal and 

Hear river Is' uboUt a. mile wide, 

ilunked \jn either side by somewhat 

•• iltitous mountains rising to a 

-:lit of alunit 6.000 reet..wlth ^n 

I f>cca.sional peak: 1.000' or, L',000 feet 

higher. The canal is navigable to its 

head for .boats of deep draught. Al- 

i m'li'T nt the head of thtr canal Salmon 

: ar» -tr-oia..Ui£^.^Vlanka aide, apyji 

it and Bear river Is a mount- 

'aiu ridse which, the InternH44*Ba,l- 

Uoundurv follows fur some distance. 

Hear river has a gentlo slope for 

the; first 10 miles, giving 'an easy 

gradient for « road,, beyond which It 

is *iH^m_to rise more rapidly. GI«< ler 

creek enters It from the cast abput 

1. niil.es from the inouth, and Bitter 

creek about S miles up,' while Ani- 

erlean creek enters from the north, 

Hit r.' miles wp. The' majority of 

. well known clalniiJ are on TJlU'cTer 

creek and .-Vmerleari creek., ,\ 

The ramp:.-.ll.c.a,Jjn-...R_nictamojr[xhlij 



Two olaM«a of ora W«re exhibited 
Stewart; <ciunriso«e...ore, carryUig alU 
ver, gold and lead valud*, and a.pyrit- 
ic copper 8^Jla are. *iC'h« penslstenco 
of ehe veins ia noted by all. a «uiu!««- 

, Mii*^^i» , .c\t .^In i*wxa K-^l»t^- lj> /? AjA/i rtn ivhii t 

U said to bu tlic same vtln traceable 
throughout. Thj riuartxose iirt con- 
tiiihs "galena, sbriietlriies b'ende, and 
silver itilttcrals such" as argentite, aiid 
native silver. Pyrlte la soraetimes 
pleailfuJ. The copper ore consists ^ 
esssjntlally of pyrlto and chalcop>'Vite. 

The f'ortiand' Canal Mining Com- 
pany on Glacier creek, oyerAtIng on a 
vclii oaryiiig gold-s'llver-Iead values 
has done the grenteKt amount of work 
This Is the first company to put In un 
aerial tram and concentrator. The 
latter will have a capacUy of 50 tons 
per day. 

Tho Stewart Mining and Develop- 
ment company r:inks next, in develoij- 
inent \Mjrk. ' Tho ore Is «oniewh:it 
similar. 

The ore of the Red Cliff on Ameri- 
can creek Is a copper-gold one. Speci- 
mens front IT look very promising and 
tlie body is said to he large. A com- 
pressor plant is to be Intsalledat this 
proi)erty. 

other properties well spoken of in- 
clude the American Girl group and 
Montrose on .American ireek; Pasco 
and Independenc;^ and Tyen nn Hear 
rl\er; and the l-ittle Wonder. Lake 
View, O. K., b'raction, Jumbo. Ape.K, 
Cook anU Dob.son and Mtheson claims 
on Glacljer creek. 

Whiirves are to be constructed and 
arraoKfinents have been' made !)>' 
men interested in Mackenzie Mann <SL- 
Cumi*an>'. limited, and in the Cana- 
dian Northern ltailwa>- ('ompany, to 
Iniild the Pyxtland I'anal Short Line 
rnllwa.'.- from PortlTind C'lnal uj) Hear 
river for a distance of "fifteen miles. 
Construction will be started as soon 
as the snow leave* in the spring and 
it is expected that the road will be 
in ojieration during t!ie summer. Thefse 
gentlemen arc a isij. directly interested 
in mining In the district, having 
bonded some prnp'Tiiis nn P,e,-n- I 
river. 1 

The Illddon t'liii. ■ ,;-: ', "ininn;.- i 
mine at (Jpose Hay. Cbservntory inlet. 
is being a"dtlvely ileveliff?ed. It is re- 
ported to have large bod los^ of -pyrito 
and chalcopyrlte carrying 3 per cent, 
to fi per cent, copper, with $1 to^ $3 in 
gold and silver. ._ An eight drill com- 
pressor driven by water power- has 
been installed and plana have been 
made, for a tram and electrir:"^"allway 
lor tra ns-jTtriH^irTg—t+nvTife-t©- title-water.-- • 



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Xefr"XppIes Arriving. 

.. .a,ocal apples of the fln«»t tiua.lU.y. liave 
commenced to arrive- in the city the tics t 
conBignmeni oC this year's crop having 
been placed on the, pmrket last Satur- 
day, . Over flfty boxes were receive«1 at 
the local friilt exchange and arc bring- 
ing from Jl.oO to $1..7r> a box. T^io 
market promises to be exceedingly 
brisk this year and . from all returns 
the crop is of the finest for apples. 

KEEP YOUR HAIR UNCOVERED 




zone'along what 'Js probably the east*- 
ern limit of tho c'^ctast Range granite. 
'I'he ' granite forms a long and rela- 
tively narrow beU along and near the 
coast, extending from the Phraser river 
to the White rlvor basin in the Yu- 
kon, a distance of 1,100 miles. Its 
width is from 30 to 60 miles. Tliis 
! huge body of granltp, known a? the 
! (;ea;^t Range balhollth, was Intruded 
! into the pre-o.Vlslent Palaeozoic (7) 
i sediments at some time between up- 
' per Jurassic and middle Cretaceous 
I The sediments near the' granite con- 
I tact art* metamorphosed, the degree 
I of metamorphlsm becoming progres- 
Isivclvless Intense from the granite 
i contact to the outer limit of its effect, 
i Dikes from tho gMhlte network the 
! ad.iacpnt schists, and inclusions of the 
sedlmciitary rocks are .numerous In 
the granite bat.holJth Cor some dist- 
ance from the nonlact. and are also 
■found in Isolated patches, which are, 
remnants of the original roof, now al- 
! 010:^1 removed by erosion, throniih , 
which' the groat intrusive mass of { 
gtanlle has been exposed. This ba- \ 
I iluilith, and 4t8 effect on the adjacent 
! country rock, has" been described in 
I previo us repo rts of the Geological 



The Constant VVsaring of a Hat Pro- 
pagates Dandruff Germs 
There are man> jncn wlio wear.tlteir 
hats practically all the tim.- wiien 
trwakf r-an-d-^-«rT"»V»irij!»etl- w i ' ■ 

shock of hair:, yet If th. i- ' 1 

"these same Mien once , l>ei-ame infest- 
ed with dandruff germs, the jiarasites 
wotild nniltlpl.v all' the fiuicker for lack 
of air. Baldness would ensue as the 
final result. -Nifiubro'.^ Ileri)lclile kills 
these germs and stimulates nnlicaithy 1 
hair to almndaiu growth, llerpleide Is 
H xdcaapart hair dressing as well as a , 
dandruff eiirp and contains not an 
atom of Injurious pubstance. S61d Ijy 
I'^ading druggists. Send 10c In stamps] 
for* sg mole to The Herplclde Co.. De- 
troit. Mich. One doll.-ir bottles gti 
anteed. . Cyrus H. Bowes Spec 
.\gcnt. 1228 (Joveriiment'. street 



Beffer Than Wc Said! 



The folic:) vvin8-tclcg.rmB.Jwas_.re-cciyed^,yc from Mr. R£ed,;o_ne_of the 

party which went .from Vancouver on the joih inst.Hojmsgcct otirnoTHvells at the 
Kataha Oil Fields: 



TELEGRAM 



Received ai 5 1 <S ]ia^tillJ;^ Sirecl W'., 
Vancouver, B .C. 



Katalla. Alaska. \\\\ 



A. r', Gwin. 

ttR Hasting-; 



Street \V. 
V ancom-er, P.. C. 

Looked over wells. One, 
—^sTntcd.-: ■ 1^ - 



twtr^^Trf thr^e" arc mote th-aii't'epre- 

REED. 




V. 



This stock .'c'an he i)urciiased by 1 
lificate -i l',.\change lor $1 per >hare 
value $1. 



p.Mersof Nni-ihern 
. Ot.Rers can Inn 



;mil I iileriia(ion,-il Cer 
for $2 per share, par 




AULD, GWIN & McCLARTY 

Telephone 4327 
518 Hastings St., W., Vancouver, B. C. 



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^ilADVERTlSE IN THE DAILY COLONIST 




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Survey. 

i^V^ noted by Wrii: i.n 

l.sm of the, sed(mi;iita on Use i ■ ' 
.^ido|i of the coast range batholitii 
dl.ssl'milkr. t)n the western cohlii'.-i. , 
the slates and argillites are changed 
• phvllites, mica schists, and in Im- 
!.. ilate contact with tlie granite fre- 
quently to gneiss. The strata are \ 
inttmnely ff)lded and give evidence j 
of liaving been, burled deeply at the | 
time of metamorphlsm. Further west ( 
from the contact the rocks were evi- ! 
dently nearer the surfce at the time ; 
of the intrusion and tbeso show more j 
typical contact metamorphlsm and \ 
mineralization. Tho roci<8 along the | 
Inland contact of the granite are less 1 
altered; typical schist- ••'■1 ^tnolsse-M I 
are rarer; .the contai iJi more , 

cleuriy defined; tire lov k , .^i.o\v con- j 
I tact metanmrphlsm, and near the ron- 
! (act, am rtftep IieHVilJ' . mineralized 
with Bull)hldes. . The. distilV•tJP'L.b_'l- 
l Iween deep seated me-ta-nriwp-hiwii afid 
I contact metii.morphlsm has here great 
; fHonomlc importance, for in the former 
\ con('llili.inH preclude as a- rule the-for- 
i iiULlion of or«.> bodlrs while In the lat- 
ter tiie.v- frequently favor it. 
< TliL' most pt^omls-lng rocks to pros- 
pect then are those, .showing contact 
: metamorphlsm and In northern Itrlt- 
. fi^h iJ.^li"'''biii lit least the Inland bor- 
j del- cif the granite Is most likely to 
I present this phenoinenon. though It 
also occurs at a number of pointn 
iilong the coaatnl border. It ini.i.st 
III' understood that when the contact 
of the granite Is recommended as a 
point to pro«[)ect the Immediate i^tw^- 
I tact Is not speclayy meiinl. b\it rather 
;. the bordering zone InMuenced b.v the 
■ Iril t'ir.<<ion. ■ - ,■■ 

j Throughotit-4t9'4ntlre length where- 

\ ever the ln\'iided. conla.cl nietanior- 

I pTiOsed rocks are exposed along the 

1 borders of the const range bnthollth 

or. Occur aa large inclusions In it they 

will probably be found attractive to 

I the pros])ector. , Such firen;. ar-e found 

' In the l!i-;ir r\\\iv camp, in the Cnuk 

; river district 'iO miles north and proli- 

'. nhly In the countrv letween. 'rh.- 

i ccolng'cal exiimlnatiori oi" this n.Md 

i will probnhlv .shr)W that the ore bodies 

owe their origin to the intrusion of 

] i;runlte. 

A.«! It wiir r\'.t pofislVd.T ^o vlail the 
' cl.itui-* little C.11) be Maid al>r)ut K\vnw, 



Capital $375,00(1 



Par Value $1.00 per 




i'RANCIS L 
CII.VInLES b. 
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U.1^CTC>RS: n. C- 
M.XKSHfefcr^ictoria, B. C. 
D.N.XIELL, ^iVtoria, P.. C. 



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BANKERS 
Bank of British Nc' • 



Anici'ica 



Messrs- PO I 



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SOLICITORS: 

i;T:- irrxTON & poolEW 

\'icloria, B. C. 



( )\1 (111 an area. of m,'t;<) acres, sit- 



riiinpanv's consulling enLi'ineer 



eportecT 

1 1 1 1 with 



aerpnre the r\i 
\\\W'< from \'ict<tri;i. Ik C 

W . k'rank. a well kn-iwii CHu'Miiia <iil c\]>oi-l . h;r. i 
.vurahlV upon- the fircoloKical fr.niiai mil. ai M nir Creek, aiulihe n.,iiiicrcmen 
,,,. Mm-rav I )Vi11ini;- Conipanv to hon- ihf iirM well. 

DRII LING OPERATIONS HAVE COMMENCED, AND THE WELL IS NOW DOWN 200 FEET, 
^ WITH MOST PROMISING INDICATIONS, SIMILAR TO THOSE FOUND IN THE 

PENNSYLVANIA OIL FIELDS 

ni;n-ket for devek ipincnt 



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.h.ircv 111 I lie ronipany's-'Stnck ha- heen pkccd .m 1 



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•ptir- 



.\pj)lK'at i< 111 I111 
ihree shares a 
lihcrty ti 1 t.ike 



- -hares niatle until further notice^ will-f^ive the shareholder^ ;in ..i>ti..n In apply for 
par for every share now applied for after oil has hccn found, and the shareholders will be at 
,1,) this option within thirty day's after due notice has been given them h)- the Directors. 



Eor further particulars and information apply t 



o 



OLDHAM & MATTERSON 



FISCAL AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY 

1122 Ilihhen Pdoek. Covcrnmcnt Street, - ^ - 



Victoria, 



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TuMday, August 2, 1910. 



VICnX)RIA DAILY COIX)NIST 



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The Leading Printers 
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LIIILE CHANGE IN 




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Foreign Advices Tell of Great 
Loss to French Crop~Har- 
vestiitg Has Commenced in 
Northwest States. 




Prices "a'S low as consistent with first-class work. We have by far. 
the largest and most complete office in Britislt^;^-^/I=^L-._-^ — 
Columbia, comprising • --— ^ 



; I 'I Ml •AGO, Aug. 1.— The inarkel did 
, iii>i luive a very groat swing oUher early 
; or late. In it K'MIsi'O-1 ".'UV il>o Ua,de 
' lubt)n.'d upon the af tervefffects of the- 
I .)uly operatTouaT'Tttr© /last weleTtT Ttie 
1 ttrlco was . hold up, f qr^ that moiilh in a 
[vrny which hearted a great lot of wheat 
■ tn-marK-Pt-tn an effort to catch the July 

price. When the market caino to art end 
I Saturday great quantlljes of wheat weie 
i on the track and_th6 insspectors- got 
' busy and 'turned the grain in as today's 

receipts, although covering two ot tl)ree_ 

! tlaj'"Ti iuspwntttr. -fVlTnary receii')ts were 

I ijirge. Thosp Stat lat lea., fcuitatUuted the 

bearish figures for the day and were 

largely*; respon.'ilble' foV vv+tftt,ever weak- 
i iiesa Was displayed in September con- 

uacts. beading c^sh and eU;vator in- 
! torests Vt-eTe active -».eHerj» moat- of the 
I day. Minniapoll.s reported good prog 
! ress in spring 'wlnat hajveatlng and 
I the arrival of fiiujr_eara _ I'ryia-lhe new 

crop there. The trade w fis w ithout 
["i^LY<iri>oaL_cal>les again today but "wtll 

liavtj their quotation tomorrow^ lyiere 

\va* a late private Antwerp caJil* claim 



VXCTOBXA BTOOJE BXCXAirail. 



.(in 



.Of, 



- 





■.'.! -I ' A- 






Lithographing 
Bookbinding 
Photo Engraving 
Copperplate Printing 
ossing 




« 



Label Printing an 
Varnishing 



mUfMrn 




Work done by us in any of the above departments cannot be 
excelled throughout Canada. . Our aim is to do only first-class 
work at reasonable prices, in fact we will not turn out a poor job. 
Cur object is to retain our custom^ with the quality of our work, 
and the very reasonable prices. ■.^:.J<^ 

We carry by far-the largest and most complete stock of Flat 
Papers and Envelopes in British Columbia, and, are always pre- 
pared to execute anything in our line, whether it be a Visiting 
Card or Commercial Work of any kind, printed, or lii:hographed; 
PaTnphlets. "Targe or small Labels, plain, colored or varnished; 
Ruling, Punching, Binding Law Books, Blank Books, large or 
small; also making cuts or designs, such as Line Prawings, Zinc or 
Copper Half-tones. Lithograph Maps equal to any that can be got 
{rom. the Eastern cities. . • 

We are sole agents for the Tengwell Loose-Leaf Files and 
Binders, also the celebrated Majestic Loose-Leaf Ledger, the best 
on the rnarket. _ 

If merchants and others that have been getting their supplies 
from the East would give us a chance to compete before sending 
their orders away, they will find the work -can- be done better at 
home and at the same price in equal quantities. 



j^msBHumma 



lug 30 pcr"cent; 108.9 from the l'^CTrch--^;jp,T-xT6n«; -jrubLer 



ci'op. which nobody lQOk._aerlously. 

€>^petv High. Low. Close. 

104Ti 105V* XOiM 1U*V4 
i*8')!i 109 108 "-i. 108 Vi 



6a.%--.-6lii-:.l6a.9i - .6.3.%^ 
61% 02Vi 6Y% 61% 



S8% 3S% 3814 




G3V4 

3T% 
38H 



41 «4 40%. il"^ 



2U0 4a;l^0 aOt '2148 

11.40 ' ll.f d 
11.30 11.3.7 



J 1.17 
11.70 



tl.27 
11,82 



MEW yOBK STOCK MASXZIT. 

(Furiilshed by p! •^. ISteyenaott * Co;) 
' .^rEW YortK, Atig. 1.— The market 

WH.S unsettled durlrtf the greater-part 
of tlie Bes'slon. with trading compara- 
tively dull, bwt in, the last hour heavy 
selling of the JHtawlcy issues, paftleu- 
larly C. & O .! ratiBo _ t he j tist— to^^tsmtme 
the samG a'ppearance notied in the Tlrst 
fewBessIona-iif last week. The odd-iot 
Inveatment, has been on fair' pfoportlons 
but not of au fflcl^nt extent t6" absorb 



ISeTiiqulliatiSi a a lo t fc__" ^ 

; .._L.. . 

High; 



-.-„.. ..CloBlng 



Stock.' , 

.Vllls-Chaimcra 
do pfd ... 

Amal. Copper 

Am.' Car -Fdy. 

Am. Cot. Oil 

Amer. Ice' . . 

Amer. t^co. . 
I Amer. Smelt. 
i Airter, SutCar 
j AnifT, Tob, . 

Amer; Tel. 
! Amen Wooleft .".*,*■ ■ . 
; ■ do' ptd .;*,-,i.Tr--^.' 
I Anaconda «. . **:^.. t . 37,-^ 

Atchison !'..« .>;.: 9644 
In. and O. r . . 108^ 

. B. a..a'- •, ii% 

C. c: C. and S W. ^ . 
C. p. R. ..i...... 186 



61% 

44 

♦4 

33V4 
65 



I'.OV, 



tiOW. 



60 "H, 

4,1Vi 
53«4 
l.SH 
33 
63 ^ 



Hid 

7«! 

25-, 

M% 

43>4 

53 • 



(P^uriil-shed by F. W. SleveiLson & Co.) 

.StficU— . Bid.. Asked. 

Alberta Can. Oil ...... .08 .10 Vi 

An\er.-Canadlan OH ... . M ',i .U',i 

Can. NortliwesL OH .... . .. ,'iO. . 

A l+>«»Mtt C-<*fil -anrt <:!okei— • — .. ' v ■■■ ■ ■ . ! tO;V 
Dlaniond Vale C. and C. . .09 '.'u 

Int. C. and.C ; lii!'; .fif. 

"Royal CoUiertP8 2t> ■ .22 

Western C. and C^. ..... I. .in 

B. C. Perm, Loan 130.00 

'Dom.' TruHt Co. ...■....' 25. no 

Gt. VVe.st Perm. ....... 1^0.00 

Pae Whaling: cOin. .... 30.00 

Pac. Whaling pfri. ...:. 72.00 

i^tewai't bund -^ 

S. A. Berlin '.. . , . . .,. I')! 

Ultt(?r Cre.'k . 

Hear lllver Cnnvnn . . 
Olacler - Creek ........ 

Main ' Ileef 

O. K. FraetloiV •.;......- 

Portland Canal ..,,...... 

Htr-?rftrt M; "aqd D. 

Nugget Gold 

La.s<iuetl . . 

I.iicky CaUinna . 

Snow.storm 

lt;uiiblcr CniMhoo 

Vancouver Stock Salea. 

1.000 Albeiui CanadiHii 011^*Jr;,i:«. 
-2000' Portland Canal at .34 ; lOflO at 
.33V«. , 

XOOO Las(iuetl Mlnn^ m .)«: 

200 Nugget Gold iii ?l -'O; too nt l.'JX, 
500 at 1.24.. 

100 hed Cliff at »l.-!5. 

2000 AmeK-Canadlan Oil at .15. 



.32 ',,^1 
2.75 

1 Iii 

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.52 
.20 



MM. on I 



28.00 
SOii,(,iO 



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BEVAN. GORE & EUOly Limited 

STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 

Members of Victoria, Va,ncouver and Spokane Stock Exchan^^es. 



j,,We,ima.ke a Speciality of "Marj^n Trading"' and 
'■ ■ : \, f'' ~ ''Tinae Bargain?." ~"*-""'^- 
AVe also trade in '"pHLs" and "calls" on all active 

stocks. 

a\\l active stocks bought and sc3Ln 

-C)N COMiMISSlON 



Piiones 2470 .a.niJ 2471 1122 Government St.,' VictoriajJB.C. 



147 



"nSSSKKSKim 



TOCKS. 



(Furnlahed by F. W. fettvcn.sim jL^COi) 



Stock — ^. " - 
A'riial. A'BhcBtos 

do pfd . . . . 
Bell Telephone 



Bid'. -"Xikea. 

U3 
^2%~ 94.Vi 
98 ' 110 
47yt 48 

10t%. 10-2 



do pfd 

Detroit Ihilted ..... 

tfoiiir trori and "Hteel . . 7".' 

do ' pfd 

Dom. Textile ...... ^ ... . 

do pfd ,. ,109 1001'4 

Halifax Tram wa y ...... 1 17 % 120 

Illinois Tractio n .;.:. .-. . . 89 '.4 00 
Lake of Woods .,.;...... 125 130 

do pfd ..... .... 122 .-.121 

I..atirentlde Paper •* ,',".':'■". .' 131 

Mei. Light and Power:. 75 77, 

Mont. Cotton Co. ......... . 4-36 

Aiont. Light and Power;,' 124 124% 
Ogllvle. Mlg.Co; ........ 1J6. ,128 

- do^ "p^;. .. ,:«.,».>... v^, - tli-" '1 26 
'Pehmana^ ■Lt(J."v. ♦■•■;*'; ..« . i%m "' 

do p fil 



80 
39 
,8ft% 



Quebec Railways ...... 

nio de Janlcro Tram. .. 
Shawnlgan Wat. and Pow — 
Tii-City L. and, P. pfd... 115_ 
Winnipeg Eleo. Co. ..:.. 180 



83 

-39 '/6 
95 _ 

lUS^ 



C OLD STORAGE 

V. I, COLD STORUGE 8 1 CO. 

Victoria, B. C. 

Goods received at all hours. Expert-attefttion,, 
given. Consignments '^■olirited 



Telephone 2j8j 



■P.-O. Box 875. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

BOUaHT AND SOIiZ) OH 
COMKZaSXOX 



R. D. MacLachlan 

Member Victoria StcTckbrokers' 

Association. 
^^; Board of Trade Liulldlng. 

Phone 2106. 



Kl 



Phone 2358. 



1122 Govt. St. 



Oldham & Mattcrson 

Members Victoria Stockbrokara" 
Aasoclatlon. 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



129?i 



' 87 

104 «/6 
'73 

18*.% 



63 
116 

9t 
120% 

26 

93 
-37 

?1^ 

101 Vi 

■ 73-!>. 

-65 . 

18416 



Cspt; 
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Colo, 
do 

Con. 



iC. ftftd i).- ...... 

I C and A. ,.. .. 

! C. and O.'SV. . 
iC. and N. W. . 
1 (\ H- and S. .P 
Leather . 
Und I..-,.. 
Southern • 
18 vtd ■ 

Qatt. 

nar',vester . . . ., 

Corn Piroudeta . 
p. and R. ^^ . 
isrlo .......... 

db' Is , pfd . 

'f!?etK TiJiec. ,. : . 

Gt. Nor. Ore . 

Crt. Nof. pfd ; 

fnter-Met. .... 

Int. Pump .,.., 
Iowa Cejni.-^.-; . 
L. and N. .... 

Maikay .... ,. , 

Mexican C 
M. .S. P.. Sj, ? 
^' '•' Mnd, T- 
Pfd .. 
:.;,,.:.. Mill .XJac 



;«».-^-^.*s:it_^5ii^ 



rtrdtl uff». 

Bran.. p?r ion lbs 

Short*, per lOO lb» '».... 

.Mldilltnjf*. per 100 Iba.: .... 

Oar». ~p?r 190 IbK. rrTrrrr. 
Feed- WQBat>:.per-*00 lbs. .U^ 
Cruihed Oat«. per 100 Iba 

Barl«y. p*r 100 lb> 

(.'ruihert Uarier. pttr U)i lb«^- . . — 
i'hop Fepd, p«r 100 Ibi. .... 
■Whole t^orhv- ptr 100 lb». .... 
iTackid' Corn, per 100 Ibi. . . 
Pocd. I'ornmcal, jrer-lOO Iba..'. 
Tray, Fraaer River, per tbh . . 114, 
Hay. prairie ............ ~,. i,' 

. 'JE«!»— , ■ .. ■ ■ 

KreBh Island, per aoxeii' ...... 

Eaatern Eksi, per' doi«D ..... 

Cheeno — 

Canndlan. per lb. ...<•« 

Neufch&tel. each .••..«'«.«••« 
Cream, local, eaub ....••••«•« 

Butt»r — / 

AlbercR, p«r lb. »»«•>••,*#«!••« 
Beat Dairy ........... tk.Vii** 

Victoria CroBXin>»-r. par ID.... 

.''owlchan Cr«!«mory. per Ibt... 
Comox Creamery, per lb 

. '■., ; ridur. 

Royal HotiBAhold. a bag .... 

Lake of th»> Woods, a Img-... 
Roy*! Standard, a bog ...,,. 
Wild Rci«<>. per sack . ......... 

-?*rii.in Hood, per sack .'..... ..'' 

i» bag ^..-....j^ . . . 

;.>'. a bag ..;... ,. 

.sn>iw-, jier saCk ...... , 

ru><fve, Star, per sack ..«».;.*. J 
.Motfefs Best, per ba|f ,».... ,,■ • 

.— . .. :-M<wti, ':.,- — 



l.SS 

1.45 
1.70 



,1.45 

"-'110 
1.66 
1.60 

— -TTO^ 
1.60 
1.86 
l.BO 

■■-■'■ 1.90- 

00925.00 
It.QO 

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- Phono 2456 



P.O. Box 793 



Wanted 

Great . West Permanent 

Loan class A a nd B. stock. 
Pacific Whalirig, preferrpd. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

Room 16, Mahon Block 



TO KSITT. 

KurnLslicd house, six rooms, 
Jamos Bay. 

rOR SAZiB. - 

Elght-i*oom li')u.s.^ with lafge 
garden,, ^St. (."iuirli^s .strr-Pt. 

One hundred acres. i:.siiul!n;ilt dis- 
trict, $20 per acri.'. 



ining Stocks 

ASK US FOB F&ICE8 

Bu7 or Sal* 

Portland Canal. < 

Ste-wart Mining, 
Red Cliff, 
Glacier Croek, 
Portland Wonder, 
, American Canadian Oil, 
Canailian Northwest Oil. 
WAOHOSBT. OWrWM dB CO.. 

_. , _ . / "yancouvsr. 

II i.--'i I ' ■ ' — ... 

Advertise ..in. THE COLONIST 




■ ♦»»*«Sft*» »♦****♦♦»**»••»*** 



... 30H 
... ?8.% 



T2S 



2J<t 
22 VI 
.SAM,. 



52 



141 

119 
29 H 
S6% 



123 '4. 



27% 
22 

60^ 



.122%/ 122«* 



18% 
ISD'A 



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184 -: 
B«"% 

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16% 
13414 

'27% 

121% 

29 M 

59 >. 
—iSL 



I J^^ELEl^HONE 





N'af. T>ead . . . ..1. 
Nevada Cons. '' . i 
N. Y. Cent. . . . . 
.V. Y. O. and W.. 
X. and <V'. 



I i 1 1 ■ .\ I ; I 1 1 

iiwyl. -Ry.-'--. 
i >iiplp,8 GniS( . 
Pit'tshvirrrcnal 
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Pfadinn 



Il^% ■ '49' 



109% 

llfV 



lOR • ■ 

38 ?i 

■ .93 '4 

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126- 



-34Vtf 
21 

140 
119"^ 

29% 

25% 

51 

70 
1 23% 
■ S7'l 

13 

27% 

•JO 

3'fi% 
138 
50% 

122 '4 
1 r. Vj 
381,1, 

134 ' 

81 

27% 
121 



1 N 'k 
108% 

93 

113"!, 



»1.90 
1.90 
l.!»0 
1.86 
l.»5 
1.90 
1.85 
1.78 



Beef. .'peiP . 11^ "i">..v.....l.,»»* 

M.utrdH, ' PW' lb. ■ . . ■.-T-.^rfTWvr*'* 
Mutton. AuBtrallon ...•....•. 

Veal. drt'Safd, i>ut lb ••...... 

,6e£sr, dressed, per lb. ...... 

Chickens, per lb.. ;...'. 

Chickens. p*r ib., Ilye welcht. 
Uucks. dressed, per , lb.' .w.... 
Hams, per Ib. ....... ....... 

Fork 

rrolt. 

riirs. table, per lb. 

Lemons, per doxeil ...'......... 

Oranscs, Naval ;.;,.,... ... 

BanaiiBt ...... •.••••«• ..^^ 

Apples, a lbs" ... ^'W. ........ . 

Asparagus, (local)(.. ......... 

Green Ftas, 2 Ibi. ......... i. 

f<'pinach, 4 lbs ........... k . .f. 

Apples, per box ..........t. 

Grape Fruit, (Cat.) 

Grnpo fruit (Fluj'fda) ........ 

^jirawberrlea. ij;?r^ox- . . .v.-,,;. 
t'esetsbie^. 

Onions, • lbs. for ....... 

Beets, per Ib 

, Carrots, per Ib 

Onions ( Ausicatlan) . 3 lbs. .. 

Tomatoes (Florida*. t>er 1 

Artichokes. (Olobe), each. 

ArtrCITBkes. Jerusalem, lb . 

rarsley, per bunch ' 

'.'elery, per bunch 

CuoymluTS . 

I Ni-w l'otR[r.(,». .s li'n 

! Caullflowtr.. ficli 

] Cabbajte, new. ji. , [i. 

Lettuce, a ftead 

aoTllc. par. Ib 



b.« 



1.^.86- 

.OftO 20 
.ib<if.30 
.16 V. 20 

.ist^.ao 

.204*^4 

.Hit. 30 

.12HIU IS 

.Ittp.li 

.11 

.30 

.109 so 

.350.40 

■ 13HO 15 
,.26 

. , ;26, 
t.eocrs.so 
.159.12 H 

.15 
•10 

.11 

.01 

.01 

.■JR 

' ■ .35 

.10 

( 

.05 

.10 

.10 ©15 

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.20 
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STEWART ! 

■ Ste-n-art is now a buny little city. The northern tcrmlnuB of four t 

lines of steamships. The undout)ted terminus of a transcontinental ^ 

railroad. The centre of a rich and rapidly developing mining dis^ I 

tr'ct with a steadily increasing po|)ulation. Stewart lots offer a ,i 

splendid field for Investment at present prices. J 

■ _ ^ * 

STEWART LAND CO., LTD. | 

Roomt 9, 10 and 11 Board of Tr.Tde ^ 



.-♦ « ♦-»-♦-♦-♦ > -» ♦ « ♦ ♦- ♦ ♦-♦ 



♦ ■•-♦ ♦ ♦^■4 



-^rSNAP!- 



• .;, FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 
This ftroporty was l)eing held at $1,400 per acre. Xow of- 
fered for a quick sale at 

$1100 PER ACRE--.$1 106 



N. B. WAYSMlXn & Company. Ltd. 



Phone 1500. 



.Mnhon Hulldlng. 



I , 



■k Is'l.-iTiil 



,,i pfd ... 

•^lOHS .StfPl . . . 

Southern I'.'n', 
Soiitlii'i-n ll\\ 
i',,i,p..r 
I ■;)ii I'ic 
\\r: . . . 
I • i I ',• ... 

I'jir • . , . 
!)f.l . . . 

■U.M'I . . . 

I ■ pi'd. ... . 
1 ' t . 1 1 Copper . 
Vlr>,'lnla, Oiiem. 
Wabash .'.* /■*. '. 

. .In pfd 

W.;-t. ri'.ni 

Wetitlnghouse 



'It no. 

■'■• :.,: 

1 'I'W 111 

Ciiiiin 

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127 

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1 ;: 

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:i'^-'i 1110',., 

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10", 

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F.fl% 56% 

r.9?4 



D.vscntery . Ib a rtan(?<vou;H tlijsicasP 
but can be ciireri. Chamberlain's Colle. 
Chnlera and (Harrhoen rioniody has- 
boen suffeMfully naed in ntnn r-pt- 
df'Tnics of rtypontf^r.x'. It, lia,"? novor 
l;(>(>n' kno'wM In I'liil. Tl is cinuill.v vnl- 
iinlilo fnr rbiidrotr jvnr) adiilt.s. and 
when ,rodTicot1 with water -anrl swoot- 
<ri'd, lt,i« pI'Hsnnt to lake. Sold hy 
all drugglalA ' 





RANCH NEAR CIIY 



Mrs, Gouge, of four -Mil' 
House, Commended -for Hti 
Entorprise-Tin:6-medw: J^tnn 
dard Bred Horses, ' . 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

„ Members Chicago Board of Trade 

Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 

14-16 Mahon BIdg. 1114 Government Stree 



ORDERS EXECUTED ON AM, KX€"HA-NGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Government., Railway, 
Trust and..All Other Debentures 






rii\:il'' A\'irr> in CMiiragp, New York, Boston, Montreal 



Mrs. M. (joiiKc proprietor, of the 






squared li^ and In his fire year old 

form Is tlerldodly Uirgor and hnnrt- 
Homer thun whori he left the vicinity 
of Portlimd flr8;rBiiowa..J^:: thft, cut on 
-44'iis page, - — r.--. ■ -^-■-—--■-■ 

IrnmiTltl "2: ' ' . ' ft-t?d— Btirtm — i." 



Ts^. engagod Inl'.ljropdtng the .stundaril 
hred' htir.so Inrffe'ly 'frtini the love she 
has for the noble iinlmal.s, but of 
cour.se with the expeetation of Imv- 
ing'. dt'Sirbale young -B t o o l; ■ to -aelL 
Sbe has shown riire good Judgment 
tn the selection of Indlvl.lualp. The 
atalllori selected la (5-ray (jirtittnn by 
Orattaii 2:13 dam Mazle Mnfiregnr by 
Robert McGregor 2:17%. -ThlH Is the 
right kind of brefdlng eotTiblnliiK tlie 
blood of twn grent sires rei)reH«ntlnK 
leadlug trotting I'amilb'S. (Hay Ofaltnn 
wn.s ownefl hy 1. t). Chappflll when he 
i wai ixi Oregon and iv 



it^ gtown and 



ling and driving. 



She has developeil into £i.n ideal road 

iniixtx-'it, matters not <vh'nt the eon- 

dlticjns'are she Uow never breaks ntid 

the (inJ.v thing" neeessiir.v Is to let 

her go and she i)asHes everything that 

may dispute the road wtih h^r After 

being driven t went v- lour miles not 

long .since find stopping about an hour eluding (iVti% 

sl)(> niiide the rctiirft trip in two Nlda ' 

hours and twentv nilmiies because It otbcnnk' '"'* 

was easier* to let her go than to hold Mni. 

her. JsOjf.. 

Another speed mare Hi Belle Storm , 
2:10'% bv Storm: datigi fi«l)« W»tlii, ' 
SfirrSPTtm diailnctloa of tttlnf 



fastest irotUus mrt.'fe Tjrea'ln British;' 
Colunijiia and I'wnfd have; easily low- 
ered that iTi«i'Ji "n_ji^ fast track. Sha 
Is proving lie'fscir a good brood maro, 

Grae-e Gostln.'i. a Throe year ofd Tilly', 
ts on fc Tif Hf4l-e Kt+»Fm". bv .King Patchen, 
has, a most proinl.«lti'g prospect. Sha 
is now in 15. w. Foster's tral nine 
-stable at Var<i:;ouver. ;• . 

Kitty Grace "by , ,iMUX!0l04^k d*^ 
iL^elle by RockvfOQApJtSfllKS^ tt M B . M<|;*r 
Kinney by M 
Wilkes are both 
lot nf young. 



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CLAHHIVIED ADVKKTIBIKO RAl'BM 

One erW n Vord each tn««ftlon: 10 por 
e«nt. dlxpouni for nix or ihqtb con»«fuHv« 
IncrrtlonKc- cash with oidur., No aU¥eril»o- 
menl aouvilud (ur liss than 2C> ctipla. 
buoiiena and Vrofi miloKal Oardu — oC four 
llnm or uiiii«r-'-»l.uu iJi-r wiiek. 
No »(lvertt»enieut ch«r«Bcl ou account for 
U#B than l(;i.OV 

Phone No, 11. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



HXKCTKO Pl-ATINU 



KLKCTR1CIAN8' k ELKCTBA C BVIfl^l KH 



SUStNESS DIRECTORY 



AfeClUTKCTB 



I.^OOT * TUSON. KiLECTKlCAL CON- 
. lriietor». Motor boiita, Kiuoilue eujKlne* 
J^hoini A-i4*«- "S5 Fort St. . 



H"aWK1NS & ilAYWOOU, 728 VATKB 
St., Eli}Ctrlolan«: all kind* of •UDJiUe" 

attvndL-d to; prices tnodei'at-»<^JPniiuu 84 »j 



VICTOBIA/PAP^Y COLOrOST 



ruMday, August X, ivm 



<i 



ill . ^ ...L- I ..JJ1II I . 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



MANO AVn OKAVltL 



COND ENSED M^^ CONDENSED ADVERTISING 






HICU- WAWTBI 



B. 



G 



RIPFITH. ..H. S.. AKCIUTPCT. 
Government St, i'hone 14fc!*. 



1006 



HOOKyU. THOMAS. AKCHITKCT — IN 
pracllon lii U. C. tor t wt-ray -llv» years. 
M«Li)S atid a()in HlcatlDiis luniUlU'd on ujipll- 
talloii- Offfce. 6 yl»t<.;rs HloLk, i'lioha 1U7. 

"•» ,f An . L' U l'~6^ , A UU'hIt KCX^^b. ANU ■• 7 
jyXji-m„illJ>.l.«.r» Block. Tel: Kes., li-70t; 
Ofrtcu. 11 Elf.! . ,™,. »j ^ 



MLWUOU WATKJNS,, AUCHITl'JCT — 

Koom I'i Ktvu t>JstL:)« tiloik. Vlttorla. 

J3 C. TBlephfcilss: Ottluo aliiS, J-ifJUlduucu 



0. 



J 



A' 



AK'r 1.KS80NS 



UT J.K.SSUNS— W. 'M1UDI..BTON. 830 
Qucfu'i* nvuliuu, holder of tiio Art 
Masii-ra IJlulonia. For 25 years Imadmiyi.-. 
tor of Si-Uool of Art. lleo.'lv»ii artd 
MsltB pupils. Olla and water colore. Uraw- 
liiB, moxU-JlliiB. 1 1>'. 



rr\H£ JAJ-ANE8& .y'^''^'^*^.^'",V''-'5f'^""v,'^i^ 
Rita. 



Co., Ltd ,/ 1017 store St. j/- O. Bi* 
All kliid«/of coulract iftid labor supply. 



vv 



Tltid ON, 170S CiUV'T BT. iUlONK i3. 



KtKNITMlK MOVINO VANS 



SE BURT'S I'AUPISP FUK.VrrURE AND 
piano inovlns vans. I'houo 8^8. 



USE BURT'S i\ 
piano inovln 
•(35 I'andora. 



C. BAND * ORAVKL CO.— rOOT OP 
Jottnapo, et. Tel. ll«i. WMh«« ■■B4 

graded sand; Krjivel for concrete work.. u»- 
llVBffcd by iwwn or oa ■«»»>*.■» -Royal H«y. 

THK LlNBKAJll-SCOTT »A|<p * QRAVEL. 
Co.. 033 Yates 8t.--8cr«»ned MOkl and 
■ ra-veli .*radei;li ifeifSken rook. •»*•««•<»»,. «tc, 

ly-lUfil 



WANTKO-BY RBtinBV HOLmOR ANCT 
wife Kncllat) auiployment at onco. 
tog«thJ^r"-or *'"?paritcly.'^ '"rfT'" K.Dcr'l 



-.t- 



SUOKTHANO 



tJHORTHAND 8t'Ht>Utf'--ll»» BROAD ST., 
O Victoria. 8hortH«nC Typ«wrttln»i 
Hookkeeplnir, Telegraphy thoroufhly taught. 
Graduates rtlt tcooi p««ttlona B- A. M^o- 
nilllan, principal. ' 



-MCAXttmnso 



ornce ■ 



Ul,A(lS ANU OI-AJCrNtl 



1,lVI<iRY DKSCHIPTION OF QLASS — 
ZJ Plate. sheet, prlsiuatlc. ornamental, 
'Uttded. etc. Tho MejroSu Co., Ltd.. 01 it Fort 
St root. ;_ -' ^ 



HAKDWAKB 



rj W. tnilSHOl.Sl & CO.. .MAN'IFACTUH- 
Jc>. ers of leaded art kI;'^«^ •'^•'" "» before 
VilaclnK your ord'-r. UeimUiiVB a »pe»;iail,y. 
fchono 22i!S. 803 For'. sUiet. ^ 



A. 



F. ItOY. OVKU THIRTV YEAIls: 
evperleoeo In Art tJliiSB I. waded 
lights lor cUurchea, schools and privalu 
dwelllnns. \Voi-ks and slora Slh Yates .St. 
I'ho.i.' 6!l4. ■ — ; 



C.O.-T-H,AKDWAKE ANU 
aicrlcultural Implements; Corner of 
Johnson and Oovernuient Sts. 



T»K1 

JohnI 

mribTlilckMAN TVP HATOWABS CO. -- 
JL Ltd., Iron, steel, hardware, cutlery. 30 
and a4 Yai.g street. Vi ctoria. J3. C . 

'■ iloTEiJ* AND HKSXAtH/V>"l'S 



E. 



-JT" 



IjlNEB— ^ YAHDS CUKANBO, RE8I- 
dence 4 2H Cook St. Phone 1799, 



AT-U-ToKIa' BCAVENGINQ CO.. OFFICE 
\ ihu'ti flovernnieni street. Fliono «02. 




iJu»dctt(y avenue. 



TO HBNT 



TO RBNT FOR ONK YBAR, ri'^TB ACRBH 
-^•air^'VuillVAttMl ftiijl an 8-room house 
and outbuUilliiBS *>iv the Wllkvrson road. 
Apply It. ^rubb, 12l;S Broad street. 



rno LKT- 

X i»n o 



,\T CORDOVA 
reen street. 



BAY. APPLY 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



..WAI<,X)P.»— )IIIWP1*'^AN|F9,V.9 . 



MBBT P-ARTUW 
wishing to _pur(/l)aie land near Q. T. 
f. Railway, 34 Colonist. 



YirOCLB, lAKB TO 



rnq kknt— a 



BiKIOHT YOUNO MAN WANTED, OVB^ > 
20 years; an excellent opening for a !/»? 



hustler. *^ Apply "in "owV handwruing, 
IhK ag«, P»»t e»perlence and salary 
pected, Apply Mo* ««. Colonist. 



glv- 
elk- 



w 



ANTED— AN APPRKNTICK IN MA- 
cj^lne shop and foundry. Apply An- 
di;ew tJray. Marine Iron Wor ks. 

wTNTfiU AB"jUN10j'r~cl!j2HK IN 



BOY 
IT 



mercantile house. Apply 
handwrlilngfi etellng age. Box 
nist. ^ 



In 
17 



own 
Colo- 



VV 



hes and 

r>iNo#tj 



rubbish feinoved. 



ON, 1709 tiOVT ST. PHONE 21. 



A irrOM OBTT.TES 



WESTERN MOTOIl & BUPPLT C05*- 
paiiy.- K, P. Clark, ManuBcr. Role 
sgenis lor Bulcks. Franklins. numbers. 
Clement Talbots and RoverB. titoraise, sup- 
plies, llre« all sizes and makes. Bulk gaao- 
llne ar\d olU Repairs, coniplevu vulcanizing 
plant. Hig-h claes livery. Telephone t>»6. or 
If line busy 2007. 



BAGGAOK BEl.lVKHT 



HASTY DEUIVERY aEUVlCJi PHONE 
1107. Express. transfer TCagons and 
roeisennjers promptly supplied. 610 Cormor- 
ant street- _ - - .-. 



•VriCTOHIA TRA_N^PER CO.. LiTD.. TEL- 



HUTEU NEW 
pome ri- Broad - and Johnson 
street, Viclorii. Modern offices .(UlllrtUX- . 
nlshed rooiua. ■ _ .. .t- 
Ai!.1f6r.Ni'a HOTEL, 1» JOHNSO.N ST. 
newly (Ittcd up from bottom to top. 
goo4 accommc-'dailon. opartlng (jallery, com- 
prlslMK lue-8l7.ed photos of nil th e nptei^ 
sports and athletes up to the present day. 
Bur a;wa>8 supplied wliii best goods. Thus. 
L, McNlanus, proprietor., 



RA^NTTR M A N it HORN 
bulldlMK. 



C^ 



NEW HOTEL BKUNaWICK. NICEST Lo- 
cation in Victoria. ..nicely furnished 
rooms at modei»te prices. TVeekly rates. 
AH cars pasB Tifflel. TWO entrn-nces, corner 
Yates and Douglas. Phone 317, • 



S STORAGE AN I> WARKHOKIHyO 

R' S '¥flfSJ7~lS02-4 WHARF BT.. FOOT 
ot Yales: con. mission, storage, ware- 
housing, manufacturer's agent an* IJond 



Phone 394. P. O. Hox 408. 



in30 



STORA<iE AND WAREHOUSlNt>-l».000 
O feet of lioor space. Apply Vk.XL-M^^- 

•an. f.8B Yates, P. e). Box 179. City. 



r-^6N%A\6nm FOR lanp~cl;earino 

KJ ?tumplng. etc. Henry M. Walker. 8163 
Deltsi. street. Phono l.,-1794. • 



^'w;.^*,*'.' 



1>10NEER 
Ltd. 
bhona tf? 



TKAS AND COrFKES 

V.j'fS-EE & SPICK MILLS. 



rANTEi)- -f'iHHT CLAHS BAJjUJKR, 
none but first class i)e«<l apply. Lni- 
press hotel barber shop. .- 



w 



FRUIT RANCH FIVE 
"^ tillliis flO)n city;' up-to-date, modern 
asuv, barn, chickrnliousu and other build- 
ings; -0 »cres with fruit of every deacrlp- 
llon. Apply Box 46, Colonist. 



rno l.ET— 2600 FfcJET OF FLOOR SPACE 
X ground floor, centrally-. . situated. Ap- 
ply P.O. Box 683^ 



IKT YOUR HOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
US. W.arburtou & Co., 4006 Uoveruiusat 
street.- ■ , _ . • 



L 

SlTi 

mo RENT OR FOR 8AI^E3 — NICE FIVE 

X roomed cottage, bath and electric light. 

One ni'iute from car Lot 60x120. 133 
Adelaide alrKet. . Apply Owner, I'.O. Box 

843 - ■ ... - , ^....-n,.^^-,, --..,. .rf'i-., ... -.V-"-.-"— --^ 



Apply Box 
changed. 



WANTS CHARGE QF SMALL 
iMe: will go out ot 
49. Colonist. References 



IV'OMAN 

VV rooming hou«e: will go out ot city. 



S 



CONDENSED ADVERTtSING 



PROi^KRTY KO« SAHfr— (C«Mit.) 

" i " •'•'7' i ,"'. iiii ;ni i 'V , 7tr- i - ii ' r 'rif'r if" r '" i '" 



\\?AN 

1> 140 



.RANTED— AJNK KKL1AJ3LB- "iXAN 



IN 



custom' "made" clothes iTn Canada ilighegi 
commission. Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd.,, loiun 

to. Ont. ____^ ,_ 

ANxin— CAPABLE fiALBSMAN TO 

cofer British Columbia with stap e 

line, iliglr-'commlssions; with »10U monilily 

advance. Permanent position to right man. 

Jess. H. Hmifti Co., Windsor. Ont. 



rno LET—ROOMS AND OPFlCE A P"PLY 
X to 710 Fort street, near Dougios Ht. 



rno RICNT -LARGE, .MODERN OFFICES, 
X will) hot and cold water, steam heat, 
eiectrlu light. 028 Johnson street. 



TO XET— HOU8K8 



HEl.l' WANTKI>— I'KMAXK 



(JEN KRAI, HKI.l 



Ltd., Pembroke street. VlcHirla- Tele 



■TrMBKR. LANDS, KTt"; 



THE ■ eoM-ST?nte-r3**i«=-«€^e«»r-^onxEii 
Douglas ftnd Cormorant Sis., opposite 
City Hall. R«no-vaicd throughout. Rooms 
second to none In ' city. Bitr repieta with 
the besti Giu-opeao plan onjy. Pool rooiiv 
in connection, .1.- Lucas. Prop, Phono 1703. 



M 



ONEY PROPBitLY7 4NVE5JTED LEADS 



7-^XPT C. J. *iaOWNKIO«- TIMBER 
\J innds. mining, Orfico-linperi4U._h2te.U 

v.d. Box as: ■'■ -"-— 



tmiJKRTAKINO AND EMRALMmO 



^5 C FUNERAL FCRNISHINO CO.. 1016 
JtS. Gov't St. Tet.-22J5, 2236 ,2237. Z^i. 

2289 Prompt attention Clms. llayward, 

Pres. : A. Hayward, Sec; F. Caselt on, Mgr. 



ephone 129.. 



BLLE PRINTING AN1> ^itA^S- 



PRINTS, AyV LENGTH IN ONE PIBft'^. 
six cents per louX- Tljjtber. imd lajid 
maps, Elcctirlc Blue Prints and Map Co.. 
1218 Langleyl St. 



BOATS AND KN01NK8 



LTD— 



\riCT01llA BOAT & ENGINE CO., 
Boats and launches built; estimates, 
repairs, designs. Shop, 4'J4 David street. 
W. D. Buck, manager. I'lione 2 05. 

. BOOKBINDERS 



tatped. by purchasing the best 2iio laeal in 
the city at" The Sti-untl Cafe. -'-^zz: -- 



RANIKR HOTEL^AND CAFE— A.LL UN- 
Ion help. 6fi0 Johnson St. Why pay 
mo_re w h.en yo u cai> get the beet for less. 
Meals TOc; rooms 26c and up. Bar repiefo 
with best goods. Joicph Balangno. Prop. 



THE COLONIST HAS TUB BEST 
etjulped bookblndcry In tho province; 
the result Is equiil.JiL_Bi;8Bai:t J[gn. ^__ 

B06T and SHOE HEPAIKING 



riAHE ONLY SHOE . MACHINES T.HAT 
X have proven satiafactory Is the Ch.^m- 
plon. ilade expressly for shoe repairing^ 



Try them. Hlbbs, 
site Pantttges. 



S Oriental Alley, oppo- 



BOTTLES 



A 

Agency 



Lt, KINDS OF BOTTLES WANTED- 

Ylgtorla Ju^ 
Phone iSS«. 



Ji620 Store street. 



BllLDERS AND CONTRACTORS 



T,-rRANK B. HUME—CONTRACTOR AND 
L' • builder. Plans and specllicatlons pre- 
pared for approval. Estimates furnished 
on any. class of structure, Offices Cor. Rol- 
and Ave., and Oxford St.^^ Q . Box t'O. 

L'uNe'y BIlOS.',~SiriLUERS AND tON- 
tractors, are prepared to give prices on 
all building 4nd jobbing work. Phono .679. 
We attend t o your order. . ' 

■'ESTHOLME LVMBER <-0... LTD.— 

General Contractors ond DuilderSi 

Office 701 Broughton. Pho ne. 180 6. 

iTfll-LIAM iF~Din-BDALK, t^ONTRACTOR 
>V and builder Is prepar>«!d to give prices 
<.n all bulldln.if and .lob work. Residences a 
^peclaltv. (Jfflce 1033 North Park St„ Tele' 

j>h'me , Li aa". ,....^,.. • • ■ \ ■ 

CHIROPODY. _ • 



STRAND HOTEL CAFE, JOHNSON ST., 
always open. European plan; cuislna 
unexcelled; bar best goods; rates moderate. 
Wright & Faulkner. Phono HOB. 



HOTEL VICTORIA— UNDER NEAV MAN- 
Bgement, Most central In elty. Bu.i 
meets all steamers and trains. Graham & 
Grant, proprletora Phone 480. 



V\nLSO.V HOTEU a46-«4« TATE8 ST. 
VV European plan; large and airy rooms; 
bar supplied with best gooda Ted McAvoy, 
proprietor. Plione 1632. 

HE WILLolfi's^THOROUailLY RENO- 
vated throughout, and equipped l(J the 

most modern and up-to-date style, and sup- 
piled with best goods. Aiex. Llpsky. prop. 



HANNA. CNDEUTAKKR — PAR. 
!ors '.'-0 Yates St. Grudualo ^^,^- 
College of Embalming. Contractor ttJ H. M. 
Navy Office phone 498, Rea phoofl 611- at 



W'.^VNTEl)— L.tUV nit (JENl'.RAl, HIM, 
\V for clergymairs family, i •beniuluu. 
Apply Rev. S. Rya tl. The Jtolll--», Victoria 

\ \>" ANTE1>-'tWBNTY LAtlY ' - DEMON- 

>V— straiors'; (,-ood salary to right parties; 
experience not nec-Bsary.. Apply 303 Henry 
Striel. Victoria West, between «, all* 8, 
evenings. ^ 



riV) RI'-,N'r._,THE 10-ltOOM H(JUS.B FUR 
-A nislied at I4SB Fort street, for six 
inoniha or one yi-ur friim September let. 
Phorirt -i4S0; no amall children. 



NTBD— Three MONTHS' LOAN OF 
00 for business purposes; ample se- 
curity linA references. Apply Bo* 21, Colo- 
nist. ■ 

IF YOU WISH TO DISPOSE OF YOUR 
law or jfheology books, ' drop nle a cari} 
and 1 will call on you. I will be in Vic- 
toria onco a mouth. Edwin J, tjalloway, 
new and old book store", 782 QranvUle St., 
Varmuuver. . 

\X7ANTliD— .a" GOOD SECOND-HAND 
*V safe; or win exchange a useful sized 
BafK tor a larger one. Apply F: R. Stewart 
& t;o , Yates street. > 

'nXBUL . l/xt.'A VATI NO, WELL DIO- 
glng and conurelo work. R. Alex&n-' 
der. ir>4() Third street. 



SMALL, FARM— SOUTH SAANICH. tt| 
miles trom UciarU iHi main road. IS 
aorca. pretty alx roamu* bunj;.«iow, recentlf 
patnted tna|4l« and out. aprlnc water w 
bouae. barns; atablea, five chicken houawk 
100 fniU traa* ».»«o atrftwbvrrtM, kltvkM. 
tar4ea, all waaU (rulta. AkoMt dn aar^a to 
oats and pcM •«« •••«•« 4ow» !• o}o#«r 
an4 graaa. •• ehlckena. tfueka^ ;Ui»<m tn««- 
batora bMoAara. •o<»4 famiir -$ow and » 
auantfty of l»riil Implementa. A •enul|i# 



■olng concern. $».♦•• take* ti;nm*4tM« P«»' 
•csalon. Price |T,««Oj. 10 yeara tv pay iM* 
balance. AVply J. It- yCoIonUt ofH<)» ^ 

TT'OR SALE— WX BOOMED OOTTAOB. 
X almost new at 974 Caledonia avent»«. 
Apply owner. 1 336 g^lmonion road. 

T^-^OR SALE— FIVE ACRES, SlANFORD 
X ave Seven roomed houM. 100 trqtt 
trees. $5,600. Terma C^reasa A Crea»«, 



V\7A.N.X.B 
T> ,.glnj 



rno l.l'Jl-- I'-0|-R JdJtIMKD COTTAGE, 420 
-i UuruBldft road, garrtm -and — fnilt trees. 
Rent 110 a luoiilb. Apply till Alplia .street 
near lUll- line. 



BAGGAGE PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by the Victoria Transfer 
Co., Phono 129. Office open night and day. 

\\7^NTED--TlV ptfttCHAKE. OLD MA- 
\\ hoguriy furniture, clocks, grandfather 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc A,. A. Aaronson, 
86 Johnson street. ; " 

ANTED— SCRAP BRASS. C O P P K H', 

xinc. lead, cast Iron, sacks anu all 

kinds of b(Mlei and rubber; highest cash 

prices paid. Victoria Junk Agency. Iti20 

Store street. Phone 1336. 



621 Fort street. 








BXAJ., KITATB 

'■'■'.' 'V ■ "^ 




1-.C. ..V.'i. 


ivrr 



'^ 



\\.'AN'I>ED— A CERTIFIED NURSE, SAL 
>> ary »30 month; to »t»r4' ^J"""* -i'tl'.-- 
4 tembcr 1; references renuirad. Apply to li . 
J.-Dalby, secretary Union & Co.rno.t District 
lioapltal, Cumberland. . ■ . 



\\' 



UPHOLSTERING AND DECORATINO 



STILES & .SHARP. CONTRACTORS I- OR 
upholstering, removing and packing, 
carpets cleaned, etc. furniture repaired and 
poli»h*d. HM Fort St. P taone 2141). 

WHOLlgALE ^PRY OOOP8 

-WHOLE- 



rpt 



LTD., 



URNER-BEETON CO.. 
sale dry goods. Importers and-manuf^c- 
turers men's furnishings. I'-nts. "Dig Horn" 
brand, shirts, overall s. .Mall orders attended. 

WWOLES.ALE >VINE8_AND Ugi ORS 

mURNER-BEia-ON CO.. LTD. WHARF 
X St.. Vlctoria--WhOlrsale only, all the 
leading brandH ot liyuors; direct Importers. 
Write for lists and prices. 



ANTED— WU.MAN TO CARE FOR 
baby and do light liouscworkr would 
like her to go to liUtnloops for 
Apply 829 Andrew street, corner 

evenings, V|jtoria We st. ^ 

TANrED~.UltU..-.i«AU. LttJHT U^jLiiki- 



winter. 

James; 






H^m:sE TO 
^"iVl rrjoins 



TO RENT— 1712 DKNMAN ST. 
with all modern uonvenlwntj- 
CB, large giirdeii with flowers and vege- 
talib-s. twenly-r.our fruit-trees, tlilrty dollars 
per inonili or would lease for one year. Ap,- 
ply Victoria hijtrl. 



rpi.1 R?:NT— FUltiNISHEU NINE ROGMBE 
X modern bungalow with" 2B acres of 
IHird*. traThs, outhouses. trte..atl«o -use ^>f cow 
for six. months commencing In S<,'ptember at 
JX5 per month. The B. C. Land— aiul In- 
vestment Agency. Ltd. . _ 



T-ANTED—WCVlAN TO .CARE FOP 
baby and do light liOusework; would 
like lior to go -to Kamloops for wlnt<-r. 
Apply 029 Andrew streit, corner James, 
evenings; Victoria West. 



\V^ 



"ANTED—A NURSERY GOVERN IC.-^ 
Ap^^ly Mrs, J. H. H-r ilAfwii. Mount 
Adelaide, Ksijulrnttit, between the hQurc of 
11 a. in and 1 p m^^^ 

A GOOD PLAIN COOK AND 
•maid. St: Oeorges selu 
lir.T Rockland avenue, near t,?ook street. 



a^O RKN'K-~CHAH.MlNa HOTffE, 130. BOX 
-. 9 S3 CQlanlst. ■ ■ _]__ _ , ^ 

rpO RENT—HOUSE AND COTTAGE, 
-L central, for sale, two pianos, sealers 
from 3uc dijzen, beds. Ion, huh chairs, blinds 
from 26c and lots ol d*. Davles & 

Sons Auctioneers, 66.'. ^ Yates -street. 



NTlUl.'E JEWBLEltV, DIAMONDS. _BS'_ " 
gruvlngs and pIclureB houKtil and sold. 
Mrs. A. A. AaroiiBon, 86 Johnson street. 



A^ 



rok HALE — AUflCELLANEOCS 



IJIOR SALE— OFFICE Fi:^TURES AND 
X Cary" safer ' Apply B. Dougia'), Room 
» Moody lilock. . 



GARDNER REALTY CO. 



«4« Vatee Street 
Phone 1987 



s* 



j-^OR SALE— MOTOR LAUVCH, THE 
. "Ctladys ' 18 feet long, almos; new, 
Xn litrt class condition. Apply cirotaUcr, 
Oak Bay boi»f — h-T«tt-, _^ 



JB 



Ir^OR SALE — SMALL THRESHER. ST. 
Albans No. 2; almost now and does 
i.pt*-«au— .w««k'.-....iiui,tAblfc---4of^-Ka»ollne or 
other liglit power. i.'apacTTy ~EWoTrt-'-*0* 
bushels daily.' Cheap for cash. "' ■" 
Snitth & Paterson. Koksllah, B. C. 



Apply 



OWNER .MIST HELL 
*DNI5T — WITHIN BO YARDS OF SUR- 
vey for new car line, Ave . acre* f1,rBt 
I'lHss land In culllvallon; owner has to rals* 
the money and will esrrllic.e for |3U6 Bcre 
on easy terms. About .J'iilO cash apil three 
yuara-for balance at 6 per cent. B» quick 



nyo LET — FOUR ROU.WBD COTFAGE 310 
X Spring Ridge. H. M, Wilson, 614 Cor- 



morant street. 



\"l'JlNrKD 

\> a iiousemald. St: Oeorges school 



WOOD AND Ft'EL 



DEALER IN ALL KINDS 



\\niLSON. E. A 

> > of mlllwood, wood, bark. etc. Four- 
foot lengths. $2.50 per cord; stove lengths. 
$3 00 double load. SI6 John St. Phon,e ms. 



B. J, Perry. 



WOMAN'^FaRTIpUSEWORK, 

lerstand 
Phone L2467. 



WANTED . ., 

» \ rnusi Btrderstand washing. Apply Mrs 



W'aS'TBD WOMA!n, p l a i n C O OKINQ 
V> and houBeW<irk. family of two. Good 
salary. 882 I'olonist. . 



WMNTED— PLAIN COOK. FOR FAMILY 
>> ~oriwo, housemaid kept, good salary. 



Apply P.O. Box 1014. 



w 



•ANTED— OENERAL SERVANT AT THE 



a^O LET~FKHN STREET. GOOD FA.MILY 
. hotis . . 1 large rooms, also butft- 
room, 1 etc. Good basemeat, one 

blade ;i- i ■ k Bay JunFfI5h— -TteTiT "rso 
per month. Will lease for term at re- 
duction. Apply Butlei-'s 901 Y'ates street. 



1^ 



,10R SALE^NBW CHATHAM FANNING 



sell at half price. Smith & Paterson. Kok- 
sllah, B,— <.'.. — -J, „____. ,.- . — : 



T 



HE iJ.GHT OF OTHER DAYS' IN -J. 



Hayward & Dods, sole agents for beat de 
sign ijepprator. (.'all Up 1854. 



rno LET— FUIINIBHKD COTTAGE. 



VBn<;ouver street. 



112S 
1120 



TO LET— FCHNISHED BOOMS. 



/ tOMFOHTABLY FX:RNISHED ROOMS. 
V.' modern hoirve. moderate terms; board 
optional. 130)1 Stanley livenue. 



/ IB.N'TR AL. Fl N E, 1*7\RGE, NEWLY FLR- 
VJ "nlshed frtint roo^^', single or double; 
electric light, bath auZ telephone. Prices 
very reasonable, "20 Flsguard street, near 
Douglas.- , ' ■ 



JiEWEl!|LE 

r~ petc 



LEHS, WATCILMAKERS. ETC. 



A. 



PBTCH. 1407 DOUGLAS STREET 
sp<oclolty of English watch repairing. 



JL'NK 



WANTED— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER, 
zinc. lead, cast Iron, sacks, bottles. 
rubbT; highest prices paid! Victoria Junk 
Agency. 1620 Store street. Phone 1336. 



LANDSCAPE GAKDEXBB 



GUEAP FUEL— TRV a HEAPING DOU- 
ble load ot short cut mill wood, de- 
livered to aiiy\ part of olty at $8.00 CO.D. 
by Cameron Lumber t'o., Ltd. Phone 864. 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCOLVKR 



JAMES SIMPSON, 
phone R1150. 



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S. CA.MPBELL. CHIROPODIST ,905 
Fort street. 



CIVIL ENGINEERS ANp SURVEYORS 



G. ALDOUS. C.E.— -All Wnda of civil 
engineering and surveying undertaken, 
Railroad location and construction a spe- 
cialty. 1107 Langley street. t 



F. 



ORE & MCGREGOR— J. HERRICK Mc- 
gor, Mgr. ' Land .Surveyor and 



GORE & : 
Grcgor, 
civil engineers, t^hanccry Chambers. P. O 
Box 162 Tel. 'A604. Fort George pfflce, J 
^ F. Tenipleton,: Mgr. ^^- 



KOBERTSON. a. I.— BRITISH COLL'M- 
bla Land Surveyor. 52 2 Fort street. 
Vlctorla,_B.__C. T^le^honitli-.1^17,.,.P. O. Box 



961 JOHNSON ST. 
Expert on ail garden 
and orchard details.^ trees improved. ■ scale 
rcmovpd. -greenfly anolhllaled wllliout Ih- 
Jury to, flower, frylt or foliage. Gardens 
kept, contracts taken, roses a specialty. 



LANDSCAPE GARDENER PRUJilNQ 
grafting and all kiTid»"of garden work 
skilfully done by day or contract. D. M'<- 
mlllan. Room 7, 840 Johnson St.. Late gar- 
dener to the. Marquis of Breadalban.et I'ay- 
mouth Cttstlc, Perth. Scotland. 



' i^JVERY AKD TRAySXTKH 

ICTOl^lA TRANSFER CO.. LTD., 
129. Best service in the city. _ 



TFbu 



UTHOORiU'HINO 



LITHOGRAPHINa, ENGRAVING AND 
Embossing — Nothing too large and 
noHiing loo small; yotir stationery Is your 
advance agent; our work is unequalU^d west 
of Toronto. • The Colonist Prliitlflg and 
Publishing Co., Ltd. '7 



LOCKSMITHS AND MACHINISTS 



HAFER, L — GENERAL MACHINIST, 
new parts Of all kinds made li) brass, 
copper antl at eel,- o r any sort of metal. MiC- 
chine shop. 169 Government -St. -Phone 930. 



ALHA^^BaA HOTEL— MRS. S. 'THOMP- 
son.A Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
son, manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
streets. Vancouver, B. C. Vancouver's flrst 
hoi^l. Sltuotl-d In the. heaTl'or- the rtty. 
ModerhlY equipped throughout. Midday 
lunch a specialty. , European plan. Fame* 
for, good whiskey. ■ 



to the matron between 2 and C or 6 and H 
p.m. , 



THIRTY MORE SEWINO MACHINE Op- 
erators wanU-4. oleotrtc power ma- 
chines, eight hour day, union wages. Be- 
ginners taught. Apply Turner Beeton & Co., 
factory corner of Bastion and Wharf streets 
Victoria. ' 



r ANTED - DRF.SS.MAKINO APPRENTI- 



Spencr's 

VV 

Bpeneer s 



rANTEU— DRESSMAKING APPRENTI- 



Apply Ml^ McMlllau,' 3rd floor 



BLACKSUJUS^ BQTJSL — A. E. BLACK- 
burn, proprietor.' "rhls w'ell-known and 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed is now open to Its patrons. Sieani hent, 
fine commodious rootn«. nr<t-(--|«»s dining, 
room, best attention to comfort of gu.sts. 
American plan $1.60 to $2.00 per day. Euro- 
pean plon, 7Bc upwarda 318 %yestminstcr 
avenue. ■, - 

CXOMMERCIAL HOTEL — CORNBl^l HAST- 
> Ings and Camble streets. Hjadquartcrs 
for mining and coinmcrclai men. Uiitr's $2 
ai/d upwards.. Atkins, JoUnsou <t biewarl, 
proprietors- ^ 



193. 



CARPE>*TER8, JOINERS. JOBBERS 



/"XAFITAL CARPENTER A*H> - JOBBING 
-V^ factory, Alfred Jonea, All kln^s of 
Til t c raXTo risr~robT) 1 rt g 'WO rttr" ' -1003 Vancouver 
and Yates atruvti ot&oe phono B2dll. Hea 
Ji799. ' ) 

•^ ■ r-^l r—' ^- - 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON DEALERS 



TABLE, WM.— IMPORTER OF MAC- 
Lachlan bugiTles. traps; cannot be 
beaten for durability. Warehouse 717 John- 
son St. Phono 1326. 



CHIMNEY CLEANING 



\ 

hacked 



^"roRiA cHn/i 

defective fluei. 
id. Phone LIV' 



NEY /CLEANINO CO.. 
altered" aiid i;ratea re- 

44. ' /,'' ■ 



CLOTHES CLEAKlNa 



GENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED; DYED, 
repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired and re-covered. 
Guy W.. Walker. 708 Johnson St., Just east 
of Douglas. Phone L-12C7^ , 

-LADIBS' AND .0-HNT.S' 
dry cleaning, pressing an'd repairing 
on short notice, 1725 Government street. 
Victoria. B.C. 



LCVBEK MANL'FACTliBERS 

BtiLMAN LUMBEir CO.. LTD.. ^iS MOft— 
tceal street, foot' of Ouebec. Lumber 
mouldings, and KI ic fttas o T' mni work. Best 
Ladysmlth shingles. Totophirne 2075. City 
Office.''* Ills l^angley stretrt;- 'VhrtwrlajT-B. — £- 

PROMPT bELlVER-r — pRDERS PLACED 
with Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd.. for 
lumber, mouldings, doors, shingles and lath. 
Pbona 8*4. CKflce 366 Garbally Rd. 



aiASSAOB 



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RS. EAR8MAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT 
batbs; medical massage. lOOSFort St. 
Phone B-1996. . 

- OITtCIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS 



HOTEL DOMINION—W^HEN YOU AR- 
rlvc at Vancouver take large auto bu» 
which will take you to this hotel free Our 
service Is the best obtainable ot the price. 
American plan. 11.50 to $2.00 per day. Auto 
makes one trip dally around Stanley Park. 
F. Bayhea, proprietor. 



\ » TA.STKU— MAID fOR C.KNERAL WORK 
1167 Rockliiiid HveYin 



WO .MCKLY , FURNISHED 
rooms, b(vd atid slttingroom, 
Bay avenue to let 
b» C'oionlst. 



rpv 



without 
1 



board 



FRONT 

on Oak 

Apply 



rno LET— NICE Sf.v.N'V HOI I.MS. 
X onable rates. H" 



HKA3- 

. r: .,ld 



l.tOK SALE— DX~rOLUMEa CYC.LOPE- 
X dia of Engineering; quite new; price 
$12. F. Francis, P.. O. Box 47 4, City. 



T^OR SALE. CHEAP— 26-FtJOT SAIL- 
bnat with 6 h. p engine. Apply tt) 
F. Francis. Fair view Qret-'tthpuses, phone 
21 », Esgulmaft road. ri„__^^_ 



F 



HEWLINGS & CD. 

1I«» Broad Street Phone lit*. 



SO.M B V !•; 
Albernl. 



RY 



CHOICE LOTS. IN 



•BrT n/irt— coR.vER lot, «cxi32 feet. 

^J.VmM/ Main street, with buUilini; (hat 
t.iiiM at MS month; terms h*lt cath, bal- 
aiiCi 1. 2 .iPil 3 years. 



-VTKW t'ABlNED SEA-OOlNO 'rfa*^*NCHv 
-13 25 feetx7ft « beam, 8 hP- n^w engine, 
storage battery', auto s^mrker. etc.. oom- 
pleiu. everything good, strong and service, 
able. ■ Price for quick salo Is $060. Lees 
Boathouse. J am<js Bay 7 -y - 

(JELLING OUT—BIG REDUCTIONS , IN 
O Ijyggles. wagons and carts. New ond 
second hand. R. Ledlngham, 723 Cormor- 
ant street. . ■ 

XTO HOT OU TIRED FEET. EVERLAST- 
,-iN ing sol^,s, save money in your shots ac- 
count. Manufactured In the old country. 
Real lute Shdes, $2.00 per .pair. The Bur- 
rldge Mercantile company, Dougitts street. 



15,000- 



82;ooo-i::^ 

ness stand.) 



ORNER MAliGARET 
gale street tllno 



AND 

busi- 



-NINB ACRES DIVIDED INTt 
62 lots trtve minutes from 



ACRES, 8PROAT LAKE, 40 CHAINS 
waterfront on lake, $70 per acre; 
easy terms. Caii be divided Into fine lots 
for summer cottages. — - 



160 



street. Phorie'L39l. 



rno •. LET— LARGE CtJMFUJfl'ABLB BBD- 
X sitting room, extra bedroom If I'equlred. 
use of kilOieii. b^th, electric light, quiet., 
pleasant house on car line. ,,Mrs. Walker, 
city limits, Bsqultiialt road. Phone R1627. 



-VfEWLY FURNLSHBD. MODERN SYL- 
-LN vester rooriis, hot wa.ter; bajh etc. cen- 
trally lacatod- Sir Tents night, »10 monthly 
up. 715 Yatua street- Phono 24»7. 

rno LlfrT -^FURNISHED ROOM, -MODERN 



SITUATIONS -iVAXTED— MALK 



REPAIRS. 



MB- 



\-l TA N T E D — M OTOR 

'' chanlcal repair*, all sorts and e-ondl- 
lions of repairs; parts turned in brass or 
Btecl. ,V. Dandrldge, general engineer. 
Blanchard street, near Y. M, C. A. 



Michigan street. 



B'r, 414 



MB-N- 



r,'^URNI8HBD KOO.VI.S TO LB: 

X gleflvstreet. Two pilnuUa from C.P.R. 



whar,f: 



I,~^NtH.ISHMAN. WfiLL iSDUCATED, DB 
i^ 'sire* position -at once; married; excel- 



lent B. 
Colonist. 



<^ references; take anything, 87 



SITUATIONS ■W.VNTED— rEMAi.E 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



DtaiTlSTS 



R. LEWIS' HALL. DENTAL 8UR0EON. 
Jewell block, corner Yatra and Doug- 
las BtreetB, Victoria, B. C 'I'elephones— 
Office; 557; Residence, 133, 



D' 



ADY Dl> 1 OSITION TO UNDER 

take 11 nt ot apartment house 

or as hous. -•-,-• to gentleman. Highest 

reffrences. Apply Box 92, Colonist. 



ly 



DR. H, J. HBNDKR^ON. DENTIST. LBB 
- building, corner" Broad and Johnson 
Sta Phone 2280.' Office, hours: 9.30 a. m. 
to t p. nt. Evenings by appointment. 



Xr-OUNO ENGLISH LADY DESIRES PO- 
X sition as dally g/iverness, morning or 
nhernobn. French and. Spanish. Box 64. 
Colonist. . 

IJRACTICAL EXPERIENCED MATER 
X nity nurse wH be Open to r«-engage- 
meijt from Auguar~JT term* inoderale. Ad- 
dress 58 colon 1s t. — -.; :- —. — — - 

7aNTED— POSITION AS NURSEMAID 
or mothers help. Address 081 Colonist 



Ir^URNI 
PopUrs one ot tlwi most beautifully 
situated rooming houses In Victoria, on cor- 
ner of l,)ellville and Government Streets, fac- 
ing Empress hotel •and'Parllament Buildings. 
Fitted up with all modern conveniences 
Only one minute from either postofflcc or 
C.l'.R Docks. Large and sunny rooms, best 
o{ fare and terms moderate. Telephone No. 
652. .Miss L. J. iJreen. Proprietress. 



SaSCELLANEOCS. 



TAMPING FOR FANCir WORK ON 

your own' matetta'l. Orders ta'.ten at 

.Ms. Turner. 817 Fori atfgot. . 



S'^ 



LANDSCAPE GARDENER- ALL BRAN- 
ches of practical and experleljeed gar- 
dening done; lawns made, gardens laid out 
,by,dtty contract. Apply Box' 57, Colonist. 



I /» A ACRES. OYSTER RrVKR.COXCrX.ffO~ 
J UU acres cultlvati'd; good 8-room 
house, stable, etc. Price. -tSJ3.a.t; $1,000. bal- 
lanco 6 pfr. Cent. . 

'city. 



FOR 20 ACRES. I'ART CLEAR- 
ed ; small house; near tho 



2«~JME BARGAI.NS 
O erty, also rancheH 



IN INSIDE PROP- 



WANTED-^-THREE MONTHS' LOAN OK 
\l $400 for hustn.BB I'urposi-s; atnpla se- 
curity and references; will paj-'sS per cent 
per month. Apply ' Box 21. ColoplBt^ 



-pvKI^SSMAKlNG, 332 CO.BURG STREET. 



;iSHED ROOMS' TO LET AT ---■pUfi. J3lIANO|X>RT_B^ XE.SSONB. 382 COBURG 



FURNISHED ROOMS — ALSO 

bousekecplng rooms .to let.. Electric 
light, bath, hot and cold. 813-817 Fort St. 

i'lURNISHBD Rt^O.MS. 812 GORDO.N ST.. 
near Empress hotel. 



W.fELL 

VV 

llB 



^.rUM-IN. TLUfB AND ^ARPf-MR. DAN 
V Green (Late Sergt. SololBt, and teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Band) and Lon- 
don concerts, etc 
Richmond avenue. 



A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 

;04 yatea Straat. rba«e I»»«. 

Qfk ACRES FACING ON MAIN ROAD, 
oU seven mtles from city. Very cheap, 

$3.20 6- ^ [ , , . ■ ';■. , ■ 

LOTS AT $260 PER LOT, HIGH, SP.)!. 
fine view, good land. 



20 



_i_ 



S^ 



EVENTY ACRES, WITH GOOD COT- 

tage, stable and chicken house, only 
seven miles from city, good roads, goo* wat- 
er, nice location, ckrap J4.000. 



Desires puplls, ,1065 



MRS H E. BAKKR, TEACHER OF ELO- 
cullon and expression, 1202 Vancouver 
street. _ _ ' 



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XX. 



FRASER, D- M. D. — OFFICE 78 2 
Yatea St. Oarosche block. Office 



w. ^ 

hours: s.SO a. m. to « p. m. 



BLYTH, A. P., 645 FORT— OVER A 
quarter of a century's experience, and 
modern equlpnient at your a.rvii.- Fren 
examination. Lenses grou , , , 

Phone 2259. i 



DETECTIVES 



B. 



Y'l^'AH CHO'NG- 



COAL AND WOOD. 



DEALER IN ALL KI.NDS 
ed to any 
Tliona 823, 



BURT, GEO. 
, ot wood and co al. Delivere d to any 
part of '-city, ftt current , rfttea 
yards, 73,& Pandora. 



/10 TO J. E. GRICK, Tl> GET YOUR PALL 
VX orders. Wood plied in yard or lot be- 
fore cutting. Measure ^ruaraaleeU. In corAs 
or over. Tel. 140.. 



H 



ALL & WALKER — WELLINGTON COL- 



BlacksinithB and. Nut Coal specially pre- 
pnred. Tel. S3; 1282 Oovernrnent St. 



OFFICE 
red to 
'of tho city at current rates. /PI 
Wharf, ioot of 'Ctiashani 8t ' ' 



ITOT 



KLS'GHAM, J. & CO. 
BUOAD St. Coal delivered ^o any port 



'Phone 047, 



PAINTERS AN D PAPEBHANGEBS 

In RANK MELLOR— PAINTING CON- 

■ traator. 113« View stree t. Phono .1644. 

E.NRY RIVERS— PAINTER. GLAZIEK. 
kalsomlner ond paperhanger. 749 Mar- 
ket stret. Victoria. B. 0. Estimates cheer- 
fully given on applloatloii. 



SEARS, J. — PAI.VTS, 
brushes;' specialty ot wallpaper, the 
newest patterns. GWe me a calL 
1607 Douglas slri?et. I'hone R-1084. 



VARNISHES 
the 
Store 



THE, MELROSE CO.. LTD.. «18 FORT ST. 
underlukis every branch of the painting 
and decorating bua.tncss and guarantee sat- 
isfaction, 



C. DETECTIVE SERVICE. VANCOU- 
ver. Civil, crimlt/ai atid commercial 
Investigations R. S. Ba.i'oij. Superinten- 
dent. Head office. Rooms 207 and 20S. Crown 
building. Vancouver. B. C. Phone 4202. 
Bloodhound traile rs kept 

Pacific; dbtectivb, AGKNtiY. doing 
general line criminal and civil private 
tletecilve work, or ^yill find the whcre- 
nbotUN nt any persons whoso Indentlty or 
addresses are unknown. 909 Governmenl 
street, phone_2171, 



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WESTERN detective! ASSOCIATION 
Room 6, Sylvester block, Yatea St 
rummercial and criminal Investlgjitlons, ac- 
counts promptly collected, special aiidllii, de- 
fnultlng, etc. All business strictly toiiTlflcn- 
tlal. -J.*hono 2487. 



DVERTISBR WILL BE GLAD TO 
hear of sewing to do either «t home 
or to go out by tho Jny. 'Will do covers'for 
chairs, children's clothes or ntake up things, 
etc., Apply No.- 914 Colonist office. 



LIST YOUR BOARD AND ROO.MH WITH 
ua Warljurton tt Co., 1005 Government 
street. 



q'\HB PdRTLAND HOO.MS. 723 YATES ST. 
X Steam heat and hot and- cold running 
water la, each room. Ra/ea moderate, phono 

2464.- .' ■' • .' -| 

b RENT— PART. O-FAHOU 

den with or without boarii from July 
16. ATfpt3rMl8»V*Fr -07 



seIand gar 

iard from Jul; 
<3ovtrn-ment street. 



POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK 



HENS 
Islands, 
thoroughly good Inyers, 31 each.-.. Mrs. 
Klcardo, Saratoga avenue. Oak Bay. 



-r.-SOR SALE-^-ONB^TEAR-OLD 
X Plymoulhrocka and Rhode 



Cjr'ECiAM«T— I 'am a specialist at 

io collecting renta Slinson, Fairfield of- 

fico. . 



TNTERNATIONAL BMl'LOYMENT AGEN- 
X cy. Wm. Waine, manager, 79 Alexander 
street Vancouver. B C. Phonfe 6486. if y.ou 
need good reliable help you must get them 
from a reliable man whoso reputation will 
bear strict Investigation. . ' 



FARM— 34 ACRES, FINEST OF BOIL, 
cleared, under crop, good house and 
outbuildings, conslderabln stock, four miles 
from city. Jlli.OOO. good l^rms^^^ 

hTrtEISN^ACREsTfIN E SOIL, NEARLY 

all cleared, nltie new house, good out- 

buliairi'gs. good orchard, a bargain at $8,500. 

^ThF city BROKERAGE 

lilt Douglas St. (opposite Mtrchants Bank) 

CJEVE.N-ROO.M HOUSE. NOT QUITE 

iO . completed, will be finished to suit pur- 
chaser; one minute Trom car, five minutes 
from sea. All i modern conveniences, in one 
of the best residential parts of the city. 
Lot nicely \y,oodcd. 60x132; price $3,i50. 

1710UR-R00M COTTAGE. JA.MES BAY. 
: In good repair; close to sea and car. 
Easy terms; price -$2,200^ 



RB-UPHOLSTERINO AND FURNITURE 
repairing, neatly HJme by 1'. O. 
Lllyah, ATJdress 1526 Amelia street. 



RF.MtK'A L NOTIC E— S. C. HARDWARE 
Co.j Ltd., have removed their farjn irh- 

r-_i^,np„-,g., . bvig^oa,._jKa«ona,-, . cic iQ._~: .7 33 

Johnson street, cast ot Douglas street. 

SkriCTORIA WIN-DOW X^LEANINOeOr. 
y 721 Fort str«et. Contracts taken by 
week or ifvonth. 



TEACHERS WANTED. 



TF,ACrt.ER WANTED — APPLTCATION5 
will bo received unlll the lOth o 
August for the position of first assistant of 
the Ladysmlth public schools; salary $1«0 
will bo received 'until the lOth of 
perlence, e'tid. N. A, Morrison, secretary. 



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''ANTBD-:-TEACHER FOR SENIOR Dl- 



flalary $70 per month. Dtitles'to rommencc 
after summer vacation. Apply giving ref- 
erences to the secretary board of trustees, 
Wellington: B.V. 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



iWe: 



fT» AND LEGAL 



ROWLA.ND BRITTAIN. ' RBGIBTKRED 
Attorney. Potents In »11 countries. 
FalrOeld bulldlnl;, opposite P^ O, Vancou- 
ver, ^ . 

/ PLUMBINO AND OASFITTING 



1> A INTER. J, E. & BONB— GOAL. WOOD 
ond bark of firtPBt quallly at current 
rates. 'I'ry our new and specially prepared 
But coals. I'hone 536. Office Oll.Cormor- 

ant St. ^ ;__^____ __ 

GltKA.ME R IES AJSD DAIRIES 
' -CUEA.MERY ISUTTEh, 



► OYAL DAIRY 

iob cream, milk and bultorm'tlki re- 
lloblc for quality and purity. Dairy 1110 
D.,u«li<s St.. or I'hone ISS. 



IV 



CUSTO.'VIS BROKER 



HOWELL. A. M., CUSTOMJS., BROKER, 
fo'wardlng agent, real estate. Roctm 22 
I'romis block, ,1008 Government street. T'e). 
1601. Entries passed accurately and prompt. 

ly. :^._._1.. " ' ^'' . ■ .'.■■. 

DRAYMEN — ; . -: 



T^OLBERT PLUMBING & HEATINtJ CtJ., 

\j ,L,td For first class workmanship In 

the obovo ■ line -tm'e ;u» * Itflal. Xempprary 
office, 765 Broiflghlon St., Phono 662 . 

POTTERY WARE, ETC. 



CJKWER PIPE, FIELD TILE. GRtDUND 
io FIro Clay, Flower Ppts, etc. B c. 
Pottery Co.T Lt4., Cor. Broad tMid Pjuidora 
Sts, Victoria, B. C. 



AO. F. COURT NORTH BRN LIGHT, 
. TTo: BSair, meet* at Foresters' Hall, 
Broad street, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. W. 
f^- TTUTrel'tan." atrcretary. ■■ , _1^_ — 
OF I*'.7 I^~lV-^FAR WIMIT LODGE, 
Friday, K. of P. Hall. cor. lioiigluB 
nnd Pandora streets. J. L. Smith, K. of R. 
ahd S. Box 64 4. „___ 



K. 



lay K, of J*'. Hail. W. Appleby. Foul Ray, 
PreildentJ J. CrUohley, aecfetary, Sidney. 



HEAL ESt ATE AGENTS. 



QU 



UTHBftRT. U153.IiJaBT & CO.-^"BAR- 



giiins VIctorl.a Real Estate." Invest- 
menta, timber and fruit lands, 116 For' "'• 
I'hone 1810. Cnbl'e address, "Cuth bcrt. , < 

AltniOTT It FELLOWS-^-REAL .E8- 
tJ<to, loans, timber, mincB and rentolss 
unices, -Vancouvjir. Ncjv \VistrnliiBt«r'. and 
Victoria. 619 Trouhto Avenue, i'hone 045. 



M' 



TJEANKY. JO.-(El'H — OFtntCaJ-^S^rWharf 

A"LC Straci, Telephone. 171^ ' 



triCTOUlA TRUCK ,AND' 
V Telephone IS. 



DRAY • QO.- 



DVB WORKS 



Be. ST'PiAM DTE WORKS 
' g 
province. C 



-THR I/AR- 



«.>sl dV"l"« >'"1 elcn. OR works In the 

ce. Country orders solicited. Tel, 

C, Renfrew, proprietor. 



"iTur^irsTEA.M DYR WORKS— 318 FORT 
t* «t;eet \v^ Clean, press and repnlr 

»„,,^ »«.d .*>nt»wnc«'s garments equal to 



Indies' mi-d g*>nt»tinc» 
new. Phone 624 



Vr]('TiiTHA STEAM 
For'- street; 



'ICTi iRlA 
For'- St 
and Uentlenien's garmf 



DVffi 



WOUKS. SI4 
,adle»' 
tty^'d. 



telephone 717. Ladles' 
•nis cleaned W" 



I30TT8. HOWARD A. O,— RKAL Es- 
tate. i'lnanolalandTlrnber, agents. In 
b^BlnciS» In Victoria for over twenty yoara. 
office 636 Fort street. 



rPRACKSKLI... ANDF.HSO.N * CO.--'RKA1i 
X estates,' limber, loans, rentals, collections 
Otflcei: Beglna, Bask., and Vlctorliv. B. C. 
Office: 1210 Broad St^ _Ph""e 1722, 

." 8AILMARKBS 



SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S. ALEXANDRA 
Lodge, 110 meets 1st and Srd Wednes 
d 
1 

B. ,. .. _„., ^ 

of/ K NO LAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 
C3 Lodtte, A. O, F. Hall. Hroad street, 
2nd and Slh Tuesdays. I'resldeiit t,. Pom- 
efoy.- Victoria VV.Bt. Secretary, W. Dawson. 

Hettd Street^ E8«|nln>aU.-- - - - — ^^ 

f^^OiMCTT'li^R T»Br PltEVENTION pF 
to cruelly to Animal*. Office 1212 Brtrsd 
street. Phones, ln»pector_Ru«»el. l»il. •po- 
retary L2S43. 



W'ANTED— SCHOOL TEACHER "FOR 
VV Ooldstrenm. Salary 350 per month. 
Apply to E. Burpett. secretary.^ 

XYrANTBD-^MAirB TEACHER FOR HICJH 
>> school. New Westminster. Applica- 

tion* recelvfid till noon of August 4th. R. 
Lennle. Secretary. 



7\OR SALE--^HORSE. BUGGY AND HAR 
■ nc«8 In good ord' " 

641 Harbinger avenue 



T7 - 

1: nc«8 In good order. Price $350. Apply 



FOR SALE — MARE, 
Henderson. 7»2 To 



pax avenue. 



ITIOR SALE—JERSEY BULL. FOUR 
X vears old. P. Vogelaar. Royal Oak. 



-THREE FRESH C'^.LVHD 



LIOR SALE- „ . c. 

cotj-s Apply H. G. James. Carrie St., 



off Cralgtlower road. 



tJ'tOR SALE— YOUNO PBKIN DUCKS. 164, 
X . FalTtleUl roatl. ( J) . 



TO LET— MOUSEKEEPINO BOOMS 



rno LET— HOUSEKEEPING ROONIS, 1024 
X Vancouver street. • -, ^^^^^ 



STUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RB- 
qulred for land clearing, logging etc.. 
p-ree trial. PrlccB and terms apply The Du- 
crest Stump Puller and Tool innnui'actureri. 
466 HurnBide road, Victoria B. C. 



HREE-R(X1M COTTAQB. BUILT ONE 



T 

eluded; price $1,600 



year; good basement; furniture In- 



FOR RENT 

SIX-ROOM HOUSE. JAMES BAT, 
per month. 



$18 



17UGHI-ROOM Ht^trSE. OAK BAY IMS- 



Hi Trf»t, $30 por month 



F 



THVE-ROOM COTTA(5E. CADBORA BAY 
road, $16 per month. ' 



rriouR-RooM cottage, fifth street. 

V $12.50 per ■ month. ' " ^ 



LET US SHOW TOU OUR UPTO-DA'TB 
method of lawn-mower grinding. H. 
M. Wilson. 614 Cormorant St., Market Bldg. 

Phone 1718 __^ 

BMOVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CATTER- 

all bulidk-r and general contractor, has 

removed to Bill Fort street, above (iuadra. 

Tel. 820. ~ ,, . 

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GREKN HOUSES — FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long ladders', strpr. meat safe, dog 
houses In slock and made to or*er. Jones, 
Capital Carp.-nier and Jobbing Factory. 1003 
Vancouver and Yates street 

PROPERTY FOR SAI,.B 



rl'^EACi^BR wanted- cmale or fb- 

X iTtile) for tho rural school, Clayoquot 
district] B C. Apply to James Holman, 
secretary, Toflhn, H, i'- ^__ 

\i'^ffel>!^EACHER' FOR BUROOYNK 



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biiy school. Salary $60 per month. Ap 
ply G; E. Akerinan atfcretary. 



(<5hT— ON 



LOSIT AND FOCND 



SAT?e%IUY, NIGHT BE 
XJ twcen Melni.ish's boiitliousw and OaU 
Bay. black HuhaI;!. leathe.r pockirlboolt. 
Finder please rciurii to Culohlst Office. 



VETEB1??ABY SCHOOIJJ 



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SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COL- 
lege. • C^talocup niane<l free. Dr. 
Keane, 1818 Mltrket Kfreet. S. F- 



PARCEL OF LAUNDRY- AD- 

ssed to Mrs. R. P. ButrUinrt, on 
Saanlch road, between Victoria and Toil 
Inlet, Reward ut Board of Trade HIdg. 



IDST— 
J dres 



rnOR RENt— TWO FRONT* FURNISH BO, 
X^ housekeeping roo^nfi. one as bed-sIttlng 
room. oth«T kltchon. gas ctioker. sink hot 
and cold water, etc., bath, »4 week. Barnes 
884 Courtney street. _____ 

6 "^.ET^NrCBLY ~FUr'n7sHED ROOMS, 
centrally located, all modern conveni- 
ences. Telephone, etc. Apuly^-iH^-F-^rt Ht 



rno LET--Fi;RNISfrED . houskkekp- 
X Ing rooms. -!Hli—I*andora avenue. 

o ""letT*-^ iiorsF.k'&EPlNO rooms 
Nicely .furnished, large grounds, near 
fountolh, 600 Oorg,P'-rond. Phone R1607. 



IJ 



NFURNISHBD HOt'.MKKKBPlNO ROOMS 
-irS-a Norlli Park street 



I (-.ST- PAJICEL CONTATNINO BROWN 
ii Bklrt on Cloverdalo avenUo or Doug- 
las street. Ret-urn tt» Box, »», CoIonUt Re- 

wifrd. ' ^ . 



OST -SMALL BLACK BAG PURHB ON 
Saturday evrtiil:;? between corner 
Vates nnrj Douglas and Gorge oin. a'-wnrd 
lit Colonist office. ■■-. J, i_j__ 



L^ 



PERSONA 1/ 



I OST— BUNCH OI'' KEYS. FINDER 

XJ please return to Colonist, B«x 52 .Re- 
ward. '-,-_. ' 



EUNK & nnO. ' SAILMAKKRS. TENTS, 



J 

670 Johnson .St 



■Phone 795 



STBNCU. AX» SEAI, ENCJRAVIN41 



GENl-RAL ENGRAVER AND HTKNi:iL 
Culler. Geo. Crowtlior, 12 Wharf St.. 
brhlnd Post Office. 

Subscribe for THE CO' ''1ST 



ti^JTKPATRICK, THB GREAT INDIAN 
X v herbalist, (for asthma, brnn<-h|tlB, 
colds, etiS.) Is at IniO Y.([te» SIreet where 
hB , has /a'-full Bupply "ot medicine. Anyon« 
suffering from os^hipa Ifhoilld can and see 

him: ■ , . 

SCM^MBR RESORTS 



BUKNA VISTA HOTEL, COWICHAN BAY 
iiiuler new management, good boating, 
bo-iblng, and-flBhlpg , I'"'"'! forrlagft me.u 
trains nt Cowlolian Btatlon. , lor terms 'ipply 
T. L Forrest. Corfleld P. 0. B. C. 



i:-'KLA.N'U PARK, WEST PENDER ISL 

Rnil .Sensldn itutntnpr resort, » few 

guesiB taken, Rates $100 per day. 
Grimmer. ^ 



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w. 



BRHAVARAGH ■ ■ ESaUlMALT ROAD, 
rnarl l«i-ge gurden. beaullfully sltuHt- 
.d. neur sea. On car line. Terms moder- 
ate. Phone L7 2«. , , 



1) 



BORROWED—PROM ORIGINAL PURf^M-, 
iiii.r. volVimen :? iiinl 1 5. , translation of 
Guv de .MauitasBUiil, Edition d« Luxe, bouiiil 
In blue pre.neni owbcr wishes to comjili'le 
set. Will holder klhdly notify . Colonist Box 
988.' 



Bl'SINESS CUANCfes 



ROOM. AMP BOARD. 

OOl) ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWt 
g nien, l,tl8« Pandora Street. phoin> 



A PRETTY TWO-ACRE RESIDENCE IN 
Vernon, B.C., city light, water and 
sewer; fruit trees, .W^lll sell at onpe 91- 
exnhange for Victoria property. Albert 
Munckton. Keating, B. t'. 



SjVLB — HtJTEL CONT A I N I NG 

ght roome; n good paying business; 
license! paid six im.niliB In advance. Prjtse 
$000. Apply" Box 676. Victoria- ., . 



X^ els 



I.'IOR SALE, ON CJUEKN'S ,AVENUE---L>i 
X 60x120. one block from Douglas street, 
price $1,800; $600 cash, balance ono year. 

Apply -Hox 29, t'olotjjst^^ 

l'->OR 8ALE^$2fl0~DOWN, BAl.ANCW $«0(! 
X »t $10 month Tuiys choice lev-l lot 



PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 

liral Estat4>, Timber and In«iir«nr« ngenls. 
,1112 Broad St. Phono '-89'L ( 

m»o /wAz-i --^SfOnErtX -NEWLY BUILT 6- 
f^.'^.UUlr room honsn and lftrR<« lotj on 
Kings rood; terms $500 cash, balance t»> 

HUlt. ' _^ 

S~15"=;^/-k BUYS A LARGE, NEW^ HOUSE, 
.), ( OU bnlll on a large lot In a 
moHi (•KslrablH locality, on terms to suit 

pur^'haser „__„„__————..- 

"will PCRCHA8E A LOT. 

lie 60x120. on Queens avenue, 
close to city park; terms easy. We can sell 
your properly. ; 



$1,0^ ^J 



near May oild Moss street, 
7l.'i Yates street 



falrtleld. Room 



a OOl) 
yoUn 
LI 487, 



H" oLi.i Es— •ittr:r;t:ouRTNEY <latk 
Rne) Tel. L1618. nntfxri and board. 
Terms -moderate. MIrs Hall., 



IJOARI) AND ROOM.__ BEST ENGLISH 
J» cooking, seven minutes from. city. If'SX 
Quadra street. . 



■WANTED — TO RBNT. 



TWO %Vi':KK.«t' 



WANTED--TO RENT FOR 
a furnlalied tent In fS'^'J? '"''»'">■. "J" 
or near iea beach. Apply P-O. Box .16 

•Vlt'torln.. .-,,-. . . 

\t7aNTBD— TO RBNT, A LOT WITH 
W small unfurnished house. vl.-UUly ot 



Vletorln, I'jear rail or ears. 
nIst. 



Apply 976 Colp' 



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MNTF.D- -PARTNERSHIP IN FHTAP 



cessfnl BBlesinan of conslderabln 'TiTpttrtertce-.- 

,\pply llox 21. ColontBl ^ . 

_ - i.AliVSMTTH, fj 

lensA, 
Boom 2, 715 VatcB 



HdOMI.NG HOUSE AT 
rooms'. Prlcf^ »r.00=,-' thfe« .vnr 
rent $20 iior month, 
street. 



CjrLENDin OPKXISG TOR A SOBE7-t IV 
to duBtrlovm bla-ckumlth nnd woodwor,ver. 
newlv built shop will be r'-nled to tli<< rlsht 
person. For further parll.MJinl's npply to L 
O. Demers, Colwood, Oak Dell Park. ^ ■ 

|^7m~SALE '-LTuNDRy AND Lt)T UN' 
.1 SIm.'oe stroet, block 2!>. lot 3 lllnngi" 
shape. Price 14,700. Apply H0» Govt BL 



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.:ii, i< 



'ANTED TO UKNT. i'tlTTAG-B W1TH| 
KonnliM for keepln 
,- Hox 4 3, Colonist. , 



Utile 



land, 

Ai< 



TlViR SALE ONE tJLOCK FROM PAR- 
V llaiiieiit square, on Government street, 
house luul lot; lot Ct.xio-,; house bns six 
rooms; cement foundation, large l.ii»enieni 
with cemeivt flO(,>r. Iin-imce aiol all motl- 
ern conveniences, $15.1)00; $5,000 cash, bal- 
ance one lo seven >ear« At I. per cisnt 
Apply Box 28. ColonlBt. ■ " • . ;_ 



E. HENDERSON & CO _ 

Sylvester Block, Room tine, 711 \a«es 8tr<^ 

aPi 4)AA -HALF ACRE CLOSE IN. GOOD 
(SllJi\'\' view With good Burroundlnga 
One-third cnsh, bal ance seven per cent. 

STiTwY/v^KIGHT ROOM BUNGALOW 
t>iR'U with all modern conveniences. 
cloi^e to car line And r»Tfectly new with out 
bouses and H acre of good soil. This will 
not last long and If you wish to purchsao 
your own tuinie at your own price act qulck- 
l>'. - 



(»Or AH— nuYS SIX ROOW( HOUSE AND 
5>OOUU two good lota oil Hulton street 
on easy terma 



D. Mcintosh 



l.tOH KALE S.VIALL ACRBAOB OVER- 
X looklfig Cowlchau ttay, opposite lK>lfl, 
A splendid location for fishing and shooting 
box Easy terms. For price and particu- 
lars.., PO. Box 7X5 



v7- «f: lM*wi> Jff ' 



1^ 



.■>OR SALE-_BIGHT ACRES. MORR OF 



out buildings, frulf trees, plenty^ ot water. 
Mr Reld. H»nk nf Moti.tMBl i .U>amlieT g... 



Real Estate and Ilnanclal AcaBt. 

Mahon Bia«.. 4i«ver«Miia«, MrMt. Vl«tarl« 

B. C. Telephona 11«9. 



IOT 6. BLOCK 
J $1,100; terms. 



4. OSCAR STRBBT 



1-^WO LOTS ON ALD8H 8TREBT, 50«1TI 
na'bh; price $300 osch. 



ONE HALF 
street. »1, 



ACRE ON CARROt^I 



000. 



PBOl'KRTlt WANTED 



\'l»ANTE0— A LOT IN THE NBIOHBOR- 
W hnnd Of Bnr-nsi'ile. road, cheap attd 
e»By letmB. , Apply Itarnvth * Applet.-in, 684 
Vaiiis ..'.'slrctL .,1^ ,j ,_.' , 



VVrANTBD ACRFiAGELc- HOUSE AND 
VV lot or iwo vacant lofr on .easy terint. 



Ttny 3'!.' ("olonlsl 



...... __ BXi-HAXOF 26 ACRBt 

improved Sonnlch properly for VlcttWI* 

pr.H»"rtv. Phono R2319, 1020 HultOn St. 

(Ink liny 



\yANTKD™,TO 



Advertise ki Jif E COLONIST 



T.^OR SALE— 100X200 FEET, BANFF. WILL 
X^ soil or trade for ocreajfC or Ii>t In Vic- 
toria, H71 Coro»>(|t. ' ___« 



||tn"5K>NTJfL-T- »»B«TB PAYMENTS O.M^ 
#XU a cultlval«d ParltdHI* lot. OTbaivtalon 
to only five mlnutea walk trom car line. f20« 
•aoh. Pembertow ft Son, 614 Fort. 



^''iOOD LAND FOR 8ALB-— FIFTY .MU.ESf 
i-T from Victoria on K. « Tsr. RaUwfy *a»y 
to cWar, cle«e to ••o«l market,, <.lt»«i to, 
i?t,o(il and churehea Will •'"V "P .'« ■,^'i 
purchaser froiti ten acres up. laB^adJolnlni 
.jUm- tw»««- ■♦*• ..|>rUie . ..I ■4M«». •.■4»flllte». .AIM 
io^ •event*-flv« acr<- farm, ai a roln» 

ft»o*WTlltW$ttdi , It yo» Itteait baHneaa 

Bai; 9M CoIontiO: 



THE CAPITAL CITY RiAlTY 

CJOMPANV. 

Il«»l Bata4« llnanclaLao* iHmnuMNa Ac«Mt» 
Phono i!l«3 .. «U Vat<!t..tfetgie'-- 

LINDEN AVEJNUB— ONB .0V 'iPItll »H!8T 
eornert to bn had on thtta -«»»#*( »<* 
rock aitit nice and hun; for two a«ya onlr 
we. can dgliy. <!r this at ll.lOO, ow tarwa 

iniOHT STREBT. BKTWBftN VANGPU- 

revonwa bearing, for '»»««>. «•£■ fl.? •£. **: 
Hv»r thla *t I13.800. Tht« tir atHm« %iM* 
cheaper than any property.-.i»« .JJort tttaot 
aa cloao. In, ■ . 



.-''! 



RBAX* T«l»*-'*'OR SA&H orV TH«! 
Burttaitfo road, cloa* to Portiige luitt 
id tw^MMMa llifi*. tT acraa at ItAO, * »nap. 
oWAanittHiMit* tr»«nliOiiae«, »trfti»'&«rry 






SHAW REAL ESTATECp. 



IrWR SALE— twblVb 
' farm. South Saanlcl- 
Pr»c« 14000. 



farm. South 8«anlch; •^^»>**g^j,^^^ 



Bftod fruit. 

iifvtoN Lo«* IN ,M*»«w»<>'WiiSi|'tS?. 
« food buy. Prttt* IWt *»^'_?*fS*'_,. 



iJlffitatfi l%lliii,M>tw,w«i^.,*t», 



OT^i ii.'..,'i ^.,.1^_:,,..J_1^ ■ ' - 



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Tuaiiday, August 2, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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19 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



MEAI. KtWVATl 



-(CuaC) 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

ll«*lll f. UaliOB BIk. 1112 QoVKinmcnt St 

V«t. 1111. 




♦ I 



.♦/l^.*. *.♦-■♦•,♦. ♦^••■^.•♦.■•- ••■ ■• 



Births Marriages, Deaths 



^•» 



BOBN. 

UAIiNELiLirr^SuiiUay, July. 31at. the wUo 
of Philip B. Darnpll, of a son. 



$2,000 ^r;:;;:' 



Our ilRlly HtU lilwiiys iu-.'H. ni th" biiBt 
on ijic icalty murkiM. (..ippoi-l'unlli''* aro 
wiihln the KrKsi> of t'v«ryboily. 

TWv: VKIIY K AS JEST 
piiNs Till' Tuur inTi'ii on,: 
i^hoai Ha\. cultlvaled up,!! rcvemio bfiWl'iB:. 

S61 KA|V BUYH~U'KN' ACREs""lN DESIR- 

tJpXjOUU ttblw farming dletrlet,. nine 

niilfs from Vk-tnrin, a 8t.one'*-,-Htfow ffoni 

elation- ■.-■■- ', . 

\V« aip »fi(><JullzlMK on farm pro-pert; 
rloK.^ tr> til. I tlvy Hiu! have a IIbI which will 
Iniorfnt any t'loaiiecllv? buyor. 

llou»ti and lot* In ail p'ajts of the city. 



WUAVr .)uly HI. si, at 5R0 John street. 

, - Anna, widow of the latP Willlani 
Wray. ].:s(i., .). 1'. of Oft^k I'ark; t:o. 
Donegal. Irclantl. anti cldeBl tlnuRliter 
of the latt» t'upti liobort Johnston. 

- TGTth lOK. psfiT. J). Li.*T".?r3>"obk'H.|lli 

- ..Cb.,;.I-eilrrnt. Irt'lt<lii\. 
'Fun^fftl sirli'tly iirUati-. 





EOlTtO m 
IlLlAMMKEMOM.mWE 

KirMBEfe QANAiWW M\mi*i 

INSTITUTE, ORZENWaU 

ILDMEDALWl' NOCTIWDG- 

LAND lK5TlTOTr»'MmiNGr 

£:Nfeir4EER9 I90H 



fine Krulned uini>lilbollte, Ciiitiheiliinil 
mine. .N'of-seman dlMtrlct. 7s.; Jen.se ain- 
phlliollte. GwulUi CoiiHolUlaliHl, Us.; 
fliuirf/. iloloflte RrtHMistonc ( iiiU'aeeous), 
(il-pat KliiKiiH. 10». to r:s.: quartz clol- 
orlte gi'ttenwtune. (carbQiuttbil .ajld chol- 
oiltlc). Kiduooill''. f'"- "iiiiirf/ liolerlto 
Kr»'<'iisloiu-' (i:afl)i>iial<»'l and .serlcltlc), 
KalKDOrllc, \\». The cloavase as well us 



SCOTTISH HEAlTYCO. 

Room 1, Ch»llon»r Block. TatM — .atrcat. 

Dtxt bank. Phone 14UJ>- . ...: 

IJROSrECT STRKKT- NIC.XU OAK H.\Y 
avenue, tlvf room housi-' with ballt, crU-. 
CM (foorl lot. I'r'u'i' fa, 100 easy tcrma." 

AVIK STHEKT— OFF OAIC BAY— AVE.. 
five room hous.: imd lot. Price . Jl,700. 

OWKl .T STRKKT — NKW MODBRN 
housf and five rooms. Bnthroom, hot 
nnd cold water, etc. Price T2;800. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Moniiment.s. Tablets, 
Copings, etc., at iowes 
conslittenl with first ciu 
and wi rkiii.iPBhli). 

A. STEWART 

Cor. Yates and tiliiichard 



Graiilta 
St prices 

U3 HtOL-U 



St.s. 



ITMJRNWOOt) roaO 
- room hoiiap, hot 
trie llKhl. bathroom, etc. 



cr 
52 



SO.xU'» FIVE 
d watfi 

L'liO, $S00 onah. 



1^>OlR IIOO.M HOUSK A.VD-l.OT OFF OAK 
B»V Avenue, full sized lot, prlcq *1,100. 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 



t'ornrr 



CO.MTA.v^ , 

Uruud and 



Ml). 
Vietr Streeta. 



. HARBINGER AVE.MUB 

rn.HK uowasx prjii'J:^ lot on thk 

i «tT»«t. price $1.2B0; Oine-thlrcJ cMb. 
iialanco 8. .12 and 18 moiUhB. If not ?old 
quickly price will be advaated. .Who wants 

A.^ERY CHOICE DOUBLE : CORNEB OX 
'- Llr»d<>n av.«nue; .'ftne.'.T.l'raWL propeEl^. 

fries $4,500: terms. . ■ -• ' 



rOHNSON .STREET BfSrXESS 
eJ erty. Price US. 000. 



PROP- 



HiMKSON SIDDALL & SOM 

p. p. Box \n New Grand Th«Btr« BuJIdlnff 
Tel. 8 6 8. 



2or 



ACRES -<^N-.eOOKB HAR^^OR,' 
plnniy of fi^A water, mairnlfrccut 
ilew of harbor. , slra'tB and Olympic moun- 
tains, about on« half million feet good Hin- 
t"'r. Property most suitable for 8h?ep, hogs, 
ppliltry, dairy cattle or ofchards.' Barkley 
\f,ound Railway surveys run within <iuart«>r 
Incite of rlthf side of this propiirty. Th> 
V :ict Is 51,600 with -lerms to suit pufthftacr. 



LEE AND ERASER 

\i:'"nl», Trounco 



tCeal Katute and InNornni- 
Avrunr. 



$4500- 

(■nee street. 



WILL 

rbomejjj 



PL'RCHABB A, BIX 
modern <iou<c- OB" CJImr-, 



'.£1 ;JA(\— ONLY.. FOR TWO QOOD LOTS 



"an" Monti-eaT~8"{reet. 



S2500 



—FOR X FIVE ROOMED COT- 
lage. closn In. un , CrUIJnson - St. 



DISSOLUTION OF 
- NERSHIP 



PART- 



TAKlK NO'f«=fK-Himt-'thT. pat^norshlp. 
heretofore existing lo'tween l'"rederlck 
.Teune and Plilllp Jeilne, tfading a?i aall 
and tent makers Onder the Ann namq of 
K. Jene and Bronierl at No. 570 .,'oUnBoh. 
street, has been iit.><solve(l by mutual 
consent as tvittn tlie 3oth dai' of June. 
l!tH'._J:he said Philip Jeun« i. retirilnK 
from the firm.' ■ . ." , ' ... ' •'-— 

All liabilities of th^e ftrm wUl-Wltt«t. 
by K: Jeune who Is conltnultig the busi- 
ness and-*ll moneys owing to th* late 
firm ar&-J.o be pAld-toH.hB said F. Jeune. 

Dated this 2r)th day nf Jul.v. 1910. 

F. JEUNK. 

, P. JKUNE. 



Tba Weakueat of Copper 

Copper Metdl Is weak, nvitli iiroductloti 
still nninitig ahfiad uf ci>ii«umplloii. TIk' 
(!upp''f l'ri.Hluc<.!rs AShoolHtlon, only lu- 
waiilzed u few months ago.'" iiuiy dlscun- 
liinie the piitiUialloii of Its riioiillily rc- 
IH'i'l on prochictioii. con.sumpiioii and 
«llPlJl.^■■ Heveral of the principal lueiii- 
l.icrs of the as.soclation argue thtjl Ihi.s 
report furnlahos too ' much ammunition 
for the stock ii'iurkets. The dlsoyntlnu- 
ance of the reports l.s regarded a.s a (.•on- 
fo.s.sloii that the copper position Is weak. 
Aiuuit the controver.sy regurdlng the Oifl 
reserves of the Granby, growing out of 
the recont report of .Mr. Otto Stissnian, it 
4« -pei)oi4^J-lVtftiM.-l>e €a tnp tha tMr. Ktifes- 
rnan spent only a' few hours In the mine, 
hl.s ii iHMi havlii.i;' Uoon, In the main; pre- 
pan-il li\ an examination of: the mln£ 
maps ill the offlctsof tlie company. Mr. 
Sussman la an engineer of high ability, 
,,and the sort of,, gossip oiroulated when- 
,-ever a. lianiaglng esllmnte of a mine is 
pubtlshed must he discooiiti-il by his' 
proved Integrity. 

Copper Situation 
Adolpli Lewisuhn. the company mag- 
nate. who has recently returned from 
Kagland,-declared that he sees no neces- 
sity for the forming o^ a big combina- 
tion to control the country's output of 
copper. It Is true that the Increased de- 
mand for copjier lias been greatly off-set 
by tremendous reductions of tlie inetai, 
In so fKr;HS'jpitiSrEBJirB_j3jiTtcerrt«d, but the 
argumerU l&.tiutt-the df.mand fjOf-t'opper 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



:.A/^ 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board^at^ the main entrance to the City Hall. 



/ 



r 

nr Tins airrBEMB ooumrr 

BXXTZ8X COX.1XSniZA. 



or 



L'WATEK ACT, 1909." 



TAKIi_KOTICE that t. Pi*dd«rle» N. 
Norton, "of the city of Vancouver, B. C, 
lumberman, intend to apply to the L.ieu- 
teflant-Governor In Council on Tuesday, 
tKe iUh day of October. A. D. 1910. at^ 
the hour of 11 o'clock Tti the^foreiiooTs; 
or .vo so<sn thereafter as the applicatlen 
can be TTeard, for a Hnal license under 
Parts XL and XII. of the "Water' Act. 
19;0»," to clear an^ rfemoie obstacles 



from Salmon . rtvfer »nd Orford bay, an 
arm of Bute inlet. British ColumVja. 
for the pjurposo of. making the same fit 
for rafting and- driving logs aivA^ peri-' 
nlng back and sfcrrlnif water, and"" for 
erecting, boomlng-grounds In nald" Of- 



ford bay, approximate maps, plans and 
particulars of which undertaking arte 
filed in • the ' offices of the Chief Com- 
missioner of Landq and Water Comints- 
gioner at Victoria.r ■■ :' 

Dat«id this 29tl+ day of ,Tuly A. IX 
1910. I-'PEDERICK ,n; JCQRTON. ■ 



II Uj ili l liiii Ml llll Jl. . Ill 11 1 ^ V ' ! ' ' / ' . ' ■ I' " !' " ' •'• : 

Maynara & Son 



mreni&is'EERs 



Instigated by .th« d'iffereint oxsno^i we 
wnr sen' at our -salerwf^dtn, 18l4'Sroad 

Street i on ' p^r- ■ '„ . 



uooo 



Friday, Aug. 4, 2 p. m. 

Sf'loct ;in,d a-Imost new 

Furniture & Effects 

Dtm. Organ, etc. Gas Engine, Gas 
Tank and Propeller, 2 Largs Bell 
Tents, Poles, etc. Also in lot next to 
rooms — Horses, Cows, Chickens. Wag- 
ons, Buggies, Harftcss, etc., and Con- 

tents of Butcher Shop including Large 

—WILL BVY TWO LOTS ON I Ice Chest, Range Scales, Fixtures etc. 



especially In Kurope. where ratlwnT-con- 
structTorr'and simlitir work la calling for 
Us line, is becoming consTantly jtreatr. 
Mr. L,ewisoh.n said-4.ha,t conditio:. 
lar to the present prevailtsd bet"; 
iSTWrrSTSTci: Wmr^FSfe ""imces reaching a 
good level, ei\^ he looks for a similar re^ 
i»ult:r«owv=aireje.^4a. a^.g i ^ owl n g - de mand 
for the metal In the general industrlsrs 
anil -for railroad electrification... 



the hardness of the :^UidivJdual niUieru,! 
flfrocts the rale f,'f drilling and of the 
wear, of the dhuiiotid. The structure ,uf 
(he rock Ims also an Important bearing 
on the (lUCHtfon. /Fm- liLStunce. the gran- 
ite and dolerlle contain a large propor- 
tion of iiuartz. ^y^l^ch Is the hai'desl, of 
the indUldnal mln^'rals;- yisf tiie ampbl'. 
bollle. Avhlch contains but little (luartz, 
cause.s much moro wear oi' the diamond, j 
The comp.irative ease of drilling- in 
CH«e of granite Is exidUlni-d by Uio 
coarse lo.\ture and luiifornilty of stHic- 
turo. The bounding surfaces of any two 
■ ■onslltiieiits of inintM'alw^ are plane. <)r 



onl^• sUghtly curved, and tliere ls..lllilc 
tnter-locklng. The softer and, more 
cleiivabro iVfineiTiii*^ .sirc+i-a^-mtea-imfJ~fel- 
spar, are grotmd or split by the d^inmontl. 
The (iiiartv. thtis becoming Isolated, Is 
cSiitlv broken In large pieces. -The pow- 
dered rock com ftig from lhe..bore hole I,-* 
coarse and gritly. In the fiuartz-d'olei- 
lie 'greenstone In Kalgoojlle, secondjiry 
chung«* — ha v e. p ro duced~huich chlorite, 
sorlcite. nnd carbonates, all of whl.ch 
are soft and deavaliie, so that tliey aie 
groiinil In niucli the same ^vay ap the 
granite, -On the -other-hand, t-he-wUcuce- 
ous quartz' dolerlto from Great Fingall 
does no.t. show the same amount of 
secondary change 'and the str u cture is 
more Interlocked, consequently It re- 
(luires more grinding. In a mphll iolltOB, 
hornblende Is u secondary mineral, and 
has a tendency to grow in fH)rous plates^ 
wltlv,Jjitt2i-locliing boiindarlc3»IZKi..-..tluui 



In the Matter of HeKlsterod Plan No. 
81. SA of the .Subdiviblon of the 
Northerly portion, of Lot 466, Group 
1, CasBlar PtstrlGt, being part of'.thc 
'l\ivvn.slio of Stuwpt, anil In tho 
Matter of th? Land iteylstry Act aoJ 
Awciidlng Acts: 

NOTICK l.«i hereby given tliat by an or- 
der made horelii on the 29th Juno, 11)10, by 
the Honorable th© Chief Jusllce, It was 
ordered Ih^it Ihij above mentloiied Phut 
81hA .s,l;all 'ba amended so that the lots 
In iildCks 18. la. 10, 17, 20. ;!!, 2L'. 2:1 
t4»t.J-and 2-1 thereon .<hail be numbered 1 to 
12 from ^\'eMl to Kast oh the .Suiithe 'ii 
side of each Block, and 13 to 21 also 
from Svesi to i'-ast on the > Northern 
side of each Block unless cause be 
shown to tlie contrary Within ten days 



NOTICE 



after the publication of notice of the 
said Order In llio Victoria Daily Colon- 
ist -newsi)up>-r and the Prince Kiipert 
Eni))lie ii"wspapi r for .10 d!i.\'S. 

■Dated tills 30th day of' June, A. D., 
i'9lO. 

■ CHEASK & CREASE. 
■-- -521 Fort St.; Victoria, R. C 

j?ollcitors for the Applicants. Tiie 
Stewart Land Co., Ltd; 



thou gh I t 1y~r:"'- 



" ( vedr -^oni-y-^** 



^jy^i :IM^aSl4. l^iicla_w4UJi.e„Q^^ loca lioii. 



Cost of Olauond SrllUnff 
i In-the::J?ebri»ary Issueot the Monthly 
Journal of the Chamber of Mines of 
Western Australia, J. Allan Tltonison dls- 
. cusses, the wear, of diamonds In drilling. 
Afteii—lm^estigatlons of drilling opera- 
titwHuiu the different rocks af Western. 
Australia, he has ascertained the,.._coHt 
of diamonds . per foot with a one and 
one-sixteenth inch core to be as' fol- 
lows: Kook>«ale and Leonora granite iJs.; 
medium, grained amphlbollte, Bellevue 
mine. Mount Sir Samuel diBtrlct, ISf^jXciH***' 



fragments can !■• '.'d at a time. The 

finer Ute grain aud tbeaiiore Ute amount 
,of Interlocking, the more grinding w.lll 
be required and the less the rock wIlT 
break. The fine-gr aine d amphlbollte In 
the Cumberalnd mine is'ribl'Itflrd'ahd, the 
wear of the diamond is not great, but flie 

rock tends to in;!'>- - itli /acets on the 

diamond, thtis >>■ ;ing frentrent i-e^ 

sel'tltj^gj^^wlTJi ""t_l.i- .,^-;..;^tj uenco that pro- 
gress 1* slow'anS'l he labor cos't 1 1 1 1^ h o r. 
The amphlbollte at Gwulla 'Consoiidated 
Is an abnormal rock ftt^trl lis texture Is so 
dense that the separate ■mlnerala__caa-L, 
onl5^"\rtth difflcully be dTstb. 
lender .a powerful microscope. '!''..■ ■ < <■ 
other rocks in the Kalgoorlie district 
that are easy to drill: for Instance.i the 
schists, which consist of soft mlner.tl.-* 
such as oaldt*^ and. serlclte. The cost 
per foot for iliepe rocks Is only 38.. In 
these flgiires for the cost of diamonds, 
the west- of only weR-tested stoiitts U In- 




The WoodworKcrs. 

LiiT|ited 

linvc their new factory np P'A'Sla.H 
street almost c(.)mpletcd, and It Is the 
best of its kind on Hit; Canadian 
coa«t. They iTuipuCiiclure everything 
in the Building 'I'rude, mantels, show- 
cases, store, bank and oClico llxlures. 
They can turn out li'lU doijrs and 100 
windows per day. Detiill work given 
special utlt^-ntloji. /f^They handb: all 
kinds of I'Dugh awd dressed ^lumber, 
Intli, Hhiiigles, and have a. large stotk 
iif h.'irdwoud on hand. Their dry kiln 
«yslem has all the latest linprove- 
inents. Architects and Ijuilders are 
Invited to call and inspect tlie plant 
and ijrova for. themselves that the 
ubtne Ktalenii.'tits are ..irre.t. 

\ . 



Office and Mill 

2843 Douglas Street. 
VICTORIA. 



CAWCEI.I.ATIOir 



OF RESEBVIi. 



. NOTICE- Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
in special Timber Licences No. 20289, 
situated near Sechelt Inlet. New West- 
minster District, Is cancelled, and that 



tinder the provlsloiia__of the Land Act, 
at midnight on October 14. 1910. 
ROBKRT A. RENWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Lands Dcpt.. Victoria, July 14, 1910. 



Teachers Wanted 



I r i j III I II , J l 



»* <<l| ", ' 



-<l» 



MR.D. D. MANN 

ON ISLAND PLANS 



-(Continued, fr.orol'age l->- 



word of It. It Ip.the ambition of the 
Canadian Northern; to go to the north 
end of the Island and we shall get 
there^lxrairsB" soon an It la poairibLfc" 
. "Wlthm thre« yeararvbe^WillB Mk- 
.ea.,----v-:..-- - ,-"i-'- . .' *■ ' '; 

"I should thlpk. St)." w'a» .th( 
sponHc "t>nce we get our surveys 
<^>ii ve shall lose .no time." 

loally If may ue noted 




^n 



Kingston street, a good buy. 



ONLY— J^OR A SEVEN ROOM- 
<<d bungalow on Mennles street, 

:!i.-idern In every respect. ' 



!|5250 



S1500- 



-FOR A LQT WELL SITUATED 
on Harbinger avenue. 



C. ARTHUR REA - 

Real Estate. Insurance, Money to Loan. BtOL 
Phone 1621. Law Chambers Bastion St v 



^ 



j^AR.\I LANDS— LMPROVED, WILL Ex- 
change good taVms in 'Manitoba for 
;clty property. Several Vlctorln homes for 
satb ^t. rcasoifable price*. aod. terma 



l''ii!l jiarticulars. later. 



Maynard & 



Son. 



Auctioneers. 



■r 



M ay nard & Son 

AUCTl(W.EERs 



Instructe4, we wlU sell at, Our sales - 
fobm. 1814 Broad. Street, 



NOTICE OF DISSQi-UIIDJiJ 



TAKB NOTICE ttiftt tjiife partnership 

heretofore' subsisting between S. L. Wll- 
.■^on and J. Kennedy at Victoria, B. C., 
tmdoi^ the style of "Tlie Victoria Gar- 
age'' was, dLssolved on the 21) th day of 
Jnly." 1910. and that the said business 
will in the future be curried on by S. 
L Wilson tb whom all outstaiidlng ac- 
1 ounts are paj-able and who win be re- 
sponsible for all liabilities Vn connec- 
'if'n w.lth the said business. 

.SYDNKY L. WILSON. 

,1. KENNEDT. 



LABTD REGHSTKY ACT. 



TOD AY 

Dry Goods, Etc 



_ -JL'-" ""' . -^i_'Mi»^»ig^^.""" g"j- ^^^^^^^^^ ■ ..b> hougM ]n_thf^ Old Country ~wh«-«4 

*.u«' it.. .^-. .1..; .■D„_*i„».>< /-•n^oi ^.i»K the Dominion government had set the' 

the city on the Ptir-tland Caaal with „„..._,„i- .* ,,vl » r< -«-....;,.<, »j>,i., 

*»,« ~„,i,i,ii_..k Ur ..,i,\„'„ *,.t,,,..t. \,^ V.,- example — It the B. C. Murine . Shlp- 

^Jiie^nrou'lding: of whose future he has .,„|trti„fl; r-« «» t.-.^,,!.,,.;!* „,. ^itu^,. .., 



Th the matter of an application for a 
dui)llcate certificate of title to Lot 1)1 
of Sublot '6T>, Fernwood Kstate (Map 
262). Victoria <'lty, '. . " • 

NOTICE is hereby given that It Is my 
Intention at the expiration of one-i 
month from the date of tlie Orst publf- I 
( ntidh hereof to Issue a duplicate certi- ■' 
Hcate of title to said land IsSuctl to f 
.lohn r)avld Lantlers on the :5.1st day of 
October. I'JOS. and numbered 1R964 (.•. 
Land Registry iirrfi- . Victoria, B. C, | 
July 23, rgp.' . , I 

, .1, V. McLE,OD. , . ■ . ! 
DiSpiity Registrar •General."— i 

NOTICE 



Consisting: Oriyandy, Glngrham, Mus- 
lin, Sheeting:, Table Linen, 'B.tfick ■ Al- 
paca, piald, Crlpton, White Duck, 
Shirting,' Towels, Men's Ties, Boys' 
Overalls, Lace, Ribbons, Corsets, Sew- 
ing ' Cotton, Ladies* , Umibrclla.s, Mos- 
quito Bar,. Quilts, .fyoys" Jprscys. Men's 
Sweaters. Men's Coats. Youth's Suits, 
Men's, Pants, Handkerchiefs. Men'.t 
Shirts., Collars, ' Ladles'"- Un. Vests, 
VallHCs, Men's Lisle' Uhderw-ear. Lacci 
Curts^lns, etc. 



Maynard &. Sons. 



Auctioneers. 



' '' 'i'hcni.'t.': 
Victoria. P.riti.'<h 
Deceased. Intestate. 



In • If 



n-l 



Columbia, 



All persons havtng""claliil«~aga Inst the , 
deceaflpd are requested to send partic- 
ulars thereof.' duly verlfleil to the un- i 
derslgned on or before the 1st day of| 
.September. )9lt)f after whicli tlate the : 
ndmlnl.itratrlyX will proceed to distribute-] 
I he aasfts of tlie dcceased-'ttffiong thci 
^lersons entitled thereti) having rega'rd ! 
only to !■ ' ' 'il'"h she 11. on \ 

has notlt ' 
'Dated this 29ih day of Jul.v. 1 ' ■ 
^ OLIVE M. TOWERS. 
6:')! Belton Ave.. Victoria We^ 
Victoria, i;. 
.'Administratrix, i 



WE ARE 
SUPPLYING 



\n the I 



1' .r 



nc 



NEW TIMES 
BUILDING 

.Ami tlic Portland Cement 

aiHl, Ihir.l \\';i'' !". •,■, f,.r 
til' 

PEMBERTON 
BUILDING 



R« 



NOTICE 

Capt. Bdwurd Barkley. R. 
ceased. 



N., 



De- 



A ll psrsn ns ha v ing -xUa lr nn n g Bl n a.t..t.h'gj. 

.«tate of Captain Edward Barkley. R. t 

.V ..deceased, iaf; of Westholme. B. C, | 

iiie required, to send particulars, dulyj 

\cilfled thereof to Messrs. Crease &' 

"■jjSi'reasp.Sirr-i^ort street, Victoria, B. C., I 

'on <vr before' tTie ;?-|T5T-Tlav •'•r»f ^'Ainniwt. I 



(.-tinned I 

CKoFFIU'tV 



l.iAUNAIMil.^'rii.V 

J'Ueoutui'' 



1 i,ir prompt deliveries 
Coiitractors--— Supp 1^' c s ; 
Materials call on 



lit' 



Raymond & Sons 

613 Pandora Street 



If may bo 
does not share 
L>«d 

way men that there Is not room for 
the profitable, operation Of two north - 
and-south lilies oh Vancouver Islatad, 
or that construction Is not ~f«asible 
northerly from a west coast port 
within easy roach of Victoria. The 
reports of the company's engineers 
do not support the opinion referred 
to. . .- . '__^ 

And Ittcldentally It Is to $e~Ti5tea 
that Messrs. Mackerizle C, Marin, With 
their associates in business, are at 
present the heaviest of all investors 
in Vancouver Island's potehtlalltlea— 
coal, timber, etc. — and therefore^have 
a more direct and tangible interest in 
the development of the Island than 
any ether business corporation at 
present existent or any other Indl- 
y ldual c aptains of Industry. 



«a«tward, 



' fi ' l ' lMH' * 



Appllt'atlons from, teacher* wttto"^B:er 

derslgned Until "^'ednesday, August 8, 
1910, for positions oh the teaching staff 
of' the Saanlch School Board. 
WILU ASM CAMPBELL, 
Secry. .Board of Trustees. 

. , Royal Oak.^ B. C. 

■ . ^ "■ ■ * 

,Vi 1 b « \^f''j i l l l^ i i i ll iii l i lj ^i.^yHtfi i ' .l ' '!'' ' ' < i ' "'"'i ii I 



giving an outlet eastward, and re- 
ported the discovery of one with ap- 
pro-ximately Bttle more than 1, 7(00 
feet altitude. The westerly approach 
to this would be classed decidedl.\ 
f avoratj^e Thfr- linn when thus ex- 
tended, would primarily tap the known 
I'nimense coul meaawre of the upper 
Nuaa valley, togetffef wifM the agricul- 
tural areas of that' section, and by_ 
future extensions tpnnecL "hot nec- 
essarily with dne. but possibly with 
transcontlnt'ntal lines.' 

"We have been engagtid "for years 

pushing the frontiers of Canada 

-nor therly imd westertr.' said Mr; Manii. 

"JSow we are bcgltHring at Stewnrt 

■ to Hiiah - them least erlyj' . .. !'?°'" , 

There were two minor matters of 
development policy lightly touched 
upon by Mr; Mann In the course of an 
liaut -and„a.,Jlidf '-» informal'^chnt with 
a member of the Colb'Rist staff yes- 
terday. The first uf these was In con- 
nection with t.he contemplated fast 
ferry connection between Island and 
Mainland, the aul>Jcct being Intro- 
duced by a passing reference to the 
reported activity of surveyors in the 
vicinity of English Bluff. 

Mr. Mann explained how essential It 
was to obtain full data as to condi- 
tions, and at the earliest possible 
date; he al86 emjihaslzed the com- 
pany's Intention to provide a ferry of 
ultra-modern speed and equipment 
generally. While under ordinary con- 
dUlon.s these ferries would naturally j 




Call o:nd see them, 'fh'jy will be 
Jl leased to sl:ow vou — through thotr 
plant. 

R. McKINNEY. Manager. 




OANCEI-I.ATION OI* aESESYB. 



NOTICE Is bereby^ven that the Re- 
serve existing on crown lands in the 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, and. situate In 
Casslar District, notice of whlclr bear- 
ing date June 30th, 1908, was pub- 
lished in the British Columbia Gasette, 

dated July 2nd, 11»0S, is cancoUod. — ' 

ROBERT A. RENVVlCTv. . 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands-. 

Lands Departriient, Victoria, B. C, 
-JfUmt— ! 



NOTICE 



■/ 



In the matter of tne estate of Blanche 

Ede. lat» of J.he City of Victoria. B. C, 

wtdow, -~" , 

All persons havings 'claims against 
the aboVe estate are retjiueated to send 
particulars thereof, to the' undersigned 
on or before -A^ugust jSU." IHO. after 
which date the executor :Wlli.^oceed._lo. 
distrlbuta, the assrets Of -"the:- deceased, 
liavlng regard only to the claims of 
which he has notice.. -___ . 

Dated this UbX JuJ^, l»tO. • 

Victoria. B. C. 

GEO. A. MORPHY. 

Vi .Solicitor for Executor. 



mills USSURIIIKE CO., LTD 

(E.-tabUwbed 1803 ) 

Capita! and Punds for security of 
po!icyholdermceeds$26,000,OI)0 

The underslKntjd'lias succeeded to thn 
agency of this company fL>rmerly held 
by the .Stuart Uoberlson (.'ompany. Ltd.. 
and will give prompt atlenilon to all 
commitnlcactjionH re4;ardlng new business 
or alterations required on existing poli- 
cies. Fleuse addruss all coliuiiiications 
to .L G. ELLIOTT. 

•Special Agent for Vancouver island. 

1212 Brpid -St.. Victoria, B. ,C. 

F. O. Box 4p0.. - -_. ';•: ...Phono 600. 




\<:'fH*-*-'*^r^'\ 



Laying Pipes 



Ts l>art of our buslnes.s. 
them where we can get at 
whenever Us necessary. 



We'll lay 
them again 



XJoiitract Plumbing 



If .you hav^e- 



AVe do a great deal ot. 

jol) that ,you want— don^^iUon* iis^tiur 
estlnuitcs coat you nothing. That's f.ilr 

enough. . ' ,^1:: :., :■ 

Send US your JrrKblng. 



N. B.- 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

755 Broughton Street Phone 553 

Companies ■Winding Tip Act, 1898. 

NOTICE 

Final meeting pursuant to Section .''.9 
to be held at the olTlce of J. G; Elliott 
•orr-the-=^2-3t^d~t}ay -of -August at the hour 
of .8 -p. Tn.^ "to receive report and pass 
account of Liquidator of the Stnart 
Robertson Company, Limited. 

A. STUART ROBERThuN, — 

Liquidator. 

Dated at Victoria, B. C, thi.'; 2lKt day 
of July, 1»16. 



IMPORTANT 



OF 



SO rpuch to do, Mr. Mann expressed 
himself- a's thoroughly confident not 
iuily That Stewart wljl be the centre 
afid capital of one of the Wtrrtd's 
great mining camps, but eventually 
HHEtui^t-^ also a .^through railway ter- 
minui>. 

, "People must not expect to find a 
mountain of gqld every time they' stub 
their toes," said he. "I believe, how- 
ever, that the Portland Canal camp 
has a great future as posseftslng vast 
bodies of low grade ore — i»nd hot ' so 
very low gratJe either. .Of course It' 
is a? yet, as camp, what might be 
called a first-class and very big pros- 
pect. The mineral Is there in quan- 
tity, and It will not be, long before 
there afe more than a few big shipp- 
ing mines. These must pet their oje 
.(lo\\-n by aerial trams as a rule, and 
-it^ will thcref-jfc Jie necessary for capi- 
tal to be enlisted In large amoiints, 
HiKj this capital Win he available." 

, ^ouclng the question of railway-' 

i-VI.'oairin en«terlv froni FTfriwil r* \1 r 



BuiiiQ Lots 



In the Towiisite ©I 



NOTICE 

In the Supreme Court' of British Co- 
lumbia. ^ 

In the Matter 'oCth^.Estatef^f Harvey 
Waters, Eleceased, Tntesfate, 

, rn theTWatreir (« the Official AaimlnJs- 
■-. trators Act,: -. _■ " . ', ' 

NOTICE is hereHy ftf»ett^ t h a t Ohd e r 
nn order granted by the .Honorable Mr." 
Justice Clement, dated the 28th. day of 
Jurte . A. D.' 1 910, L the • undersigned, 
was appolnted''admlnl8trator of the es- 
tate of the above deceased. All parties 
having clalrri.s ftgalnst 'the :satd estate 
are requested, tb send particulars of 
same to me on or before the .29th day of 
VAugust. 19.10. and all persons indebted 
to the said estate are required to pay 
such indebtedness to me forthwith. 

Dated at victoria, B.- C* this' 29th day 
of July, 1910. 

WM. MONTEITRf, 
Official Administrator. 



Coleman, Alberta 



•ienl railwax- Operaliyns in 
d the country are confined 



bultdirig^Co., at Esqulmalt or either of 
the new 'yards projected for Vanci>u- 
Ver was equipped for the work and 
could complete It on a business basis, 
the tpmpany would certainly encou^* 
age such local enterprise;, '.'• 

The other passing rfiferencie was 'B» 
to hotels. ' ■ . _ 

, "There Is a great opporiutilty . in 
the North," said Mr. Mann, "for some 
.company to go In for a series of flrst- 
clas.s tourist hotels at the fine fish- 
ing places and spots of special scenic 
grandeur. There would be goocl busi-. 
ness for such hotels, and they need 
not be small alTalrs by any means." 

"Docs the C. N. R. Intend to h.he 
Its big. hotel In 'Victoria, as well as the 
C. P. R, «na O. T. P." Mr, UtmtMM 
asked? . • •■ •■ v v 

"I think we Will give our attentlori 
tn building our road just now." ho 
replied with a smile. "The trimmings 
can come later. \Ve are building largo 
hotolH at mwe th.i! entral point 

on our system no\' 

IS INDIGNANT 



Situated in Famous 

Crow'vS Nest Coal 

Fields 



tu'tlie iijinpletlon of our work In hand 
— r'the sh^rt> lipe to the mines, which 
we Will h-i'-e done this season. The 
gr.'iidini; • "11 advanced, and the 

r:ilN '<iiii,'. .-. iiogs, etc., have arrjv- 
r\vo thousand tons of metulsi 
'.VI r> Included In the cargo of the 
Belle of Spotlant} and have now been 
tntnsfcrred to the barge Ivy, which 
a. lug will take to Stewnrt at once. 
The ship would have pr.oceeded there 
and discharged but for the fhct of 
wln'irfage being at a-prrmfam ' u v, > el .-^ 
riie character of "the grade and 
iidltlons generally Was significantly 
referred to as indicative that, the In- 
tentions of the bulklers coiti pass. more 
than the provision of a mere mine- 
ser\lng fnllroad. The confpany's-err 



I Claimlhg that he iriadc 

to -suffer for a co:,;,; .,.,, ,,; ..fralTsrl"' 
wlilch Is dtie to tlie neglect of this «nd 
previous councils, S. M'. Tuck exprr8.<?.ed 
his Indignation and tbid what, he 

.thought of tlu« cl\Mc fathers In no un- 

; certain manner lb' a cOrntnunlcaf Ion 

1 which was read last niKbt at I he 

I ell meeting. 

Si- T.'.'k recited the fact tliai hint 

I we fflcial of the corporation 

cam, i. iii.'^ pretTilses at. Roccabella and 
threatened him wifli a fine and the cut- 

T"TnT« off of the, water service if Mr. 

! Tuck sprlnkIe/3 the lawn during the only ^laii>. 

j hours that, Mr. Tuck claimed. It Was , i ■, 

I peaslbU to-get ;«4Ty— presjHii'e^Befween^ ^^PPv' 

I the hours of 7 and . 10 -In the 'tnormbg 

" i and 5 and 10 en the evening. MV. Tuch 
._...^-.,. .J. ..;,■'. .. . . ^ , 



Headquarters of. the Gigantic 
Collieries of the International 
Coal and Coke Co» Z^tdi ; . 



NOTICE 



v.... mi' 



Ke Capt. Edward Barkley, B 

, eessed. 

^,A11 persons having clalmair'agalnst the 
estate 6f Captain Edward" BHTMe.v, R. 
'S..' deceased, late Of^TVestliolme. B. C, 
are .required to send particulars, duly 
verified, thereof to M'-ssrs. Crease .A 
Crease. 521 Fow; street, victoria, B. C, 
on qr before the 3 Ist day of August. 

1910. "1_: ■ 

Dated. the S0t1i ^y Of July, a; D.ildIO 
(Signed) . ■■ • , 

GEO FF REY BARNABDiaTOfL 
... Executor. 

■r ii M. ii ' ll ' i l i . iil i i n li r iii i i i i ii . i t, ■ ' 



NOTICE 



NOTICE 



Kavigable Waters Frotectlon Act 
NOTICE is hereby /;iven tliat John 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, BrlT- 
Ish Colunlbla. is appiyitig to His l-Jkorl- 
lency the ("Jovernor -CJeneral of cima'lR 
In' Council for' appi oval cf the platis and 
de8Crlptlon>i, of site, ()f ivork-; prolposed 
fiu . be con.sjriicted by him in Victoria 
'Harbor (immediately fronting Lot t>(>2.\. 
Block 41, Victoria, B. C. and lias de- 
posited the said, plans and description.)? 
of site w|th the Minister of. I-\ibIlc' 
■^'ofks at Ottawa and a duplicate there- 
of with the Registrar General of Titles 
In the, Land Registry Office. Victoria.' 
B- C.. and that the matter of the said 
application will be proceeded with at 
the explratiim of one rhohth from the 
tlnfie of the first publication of this no- 
tice in the "Canada Gazette." 

Dated this 26th day of Julv, 1910. 
W. H. LANGLEY. 
111! Government Street, 

Victoria. B. C. 
Solicitor for Applicant. 



CANCEI.I.ATIOIT OF KESEKTB. 

• NOTICE Is hereby given that the l«; 
serve e«+st-lng In crown lands In the 
vicinity' of Bablne Lake. situate in 
Range 5. Cost District, -notice of T\-hich 
was pubilshed'.ln the British Coluinbia 
'Gassette. dated December 17th, 1908, xa 
cancelled in so far as said reserve re- 
lates to lots numbered 1519, ir.l8, 15.17, 
1516, 1615, 1510, 1507, 1506,.1506A, 150?, 
1501, 1562, 1512, llill, 1505, 1504, 15ia, 

1530, 1527, 

1534. 1535, 

1641, 1544, 

1548, 1549, 

IfiVI 1525:' 



&. 



Messrs, Stewart Williams c 
Co., of Victoria, having been duly 
instructed by the International 
Cpa-1 and Coke Co., Lfl., will soil 
by Publi' ,\iirin'ii ,',' \ ;■ h-jria, 
Fi. C. on .Mtjnday ami I iic^day, 
the 19th and 20th September,^ 
3, the 'rem ainder of the com- 
pany's fecal Estate: Holditigsriff 
the Git")' "f Coleman, Alberta, 
comprising, some- 'Phree-lhindrcd 
""-4<Ii'Riblc' Biisine.ss and Residential 
vSitcs. lorntcd in tlfis thrivinjx.in- 
diistricd ' • 



In th* matter of the estate of Chati 
Tong Ork, late of the City of Vic 
tcria, B. C. Merchant: 
'All persons having claims against 
Chan Tong Ork. deceased, are requested 
to send particulars thereof, duly \erl- 
fted. to tlie undtjrslgned." on or before 
the 9th day of August, 1910, af t' r 
which' date the executor wUl proceed 
to distribute the assets of the deceased 
among the persons entitled thereto. 
ha^ing regard only to the clnlmrt o;' 
which he has notice. 

Dated this 8th day ofi .TiiIv. mo. 
GEO." A. MOUril 

Viciori 1 i: ' 
.Solicitor for I'lxeciitor. 



1514; 

153 r, 
1536, 
1546, 

1521. 
1001. 



1509, .,1508, 
15.S2. 1683. 
1538. 1540. 
1541!, 1547, 
1522, 16'2.1. 



1528. 1629, 
1537, 1539, 
1543, 1545. 
15G0, 15i;u. 
1520 and 



ROBKltr A UENWICK. 
Deputy ComnnssjuTier of Land.i. 
Lands Department. Victoria. B. C. 
June Ifith. I'.ilO. 




Zr*^ 



•riWnBER AND 



rORESTRY 
SION. 



COMMIS- 



rinal sitting 



SIIOLLHIlReM&CO. 

Stowai t. B. C, and Prince 
Rup*rt, B. C. 



I'isr.-il .A.t^cnls for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property of this com- 
[lany adjoins that., of the 
Stewart Alining and Devol- 
o])im:iit Co. ' 



at. 



'nr nirl In r ;tiHl m 1 



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clc. 



NOTICl i.-by given that fi.nal 

.slttlixgs oi ; . i'lmlu-r mid Forestr.\- 

'""ommlssion >vlll be lield in the Comt 

House. Victoria. commencing AOf;ii«i 

'•.next, at the hoiir of 10;30 a., m 

— PftE& tfr flTLTON. Chairo ,■■ 

VIctoi'la, B."T~rjiiiv 23. 1910. 



DUNCAN'S 
WAREHOUSE 



1" 



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gliH'f'rs hiive. Indeed. Mr. Mann sold, 
investigated the p09slbllltlps of a pass 

-♦■♦^ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ' 

I Announcement 

t J 2'?:.. ''S-'tfi— ,''"-"^'" ''"''^y choice lots 

f for sale orT'LlndCn aventie. 
i * Now that tiil^r'^rfreet Is beli'lg 

:' boulrfvarded and asphalted If 
tends to be one of the flnestresl- 

I t dcnce streets tn the city. 
I ^ Prices range from 91,000 to 

, i Sa.OOO per lot, and' on easy terms. 
j f If you have a lioiise to rent or 

! t property to sell, list It with us. 

; Fleming 4 Oowswdl t 

J 634 View St. 'Phone 2307 J 



ftRBei-llB. ■llTc'reir Hardly pressure enfrugb I 

to supply the baths, etc . Mr. Tuck de: 

I clared that It -Is .the dnry of the corpo- 

' ration to supply wateT' and not to cut 

jit off. The MUricfT h-ffs- no power • or 

authority, nor IS It reasonable for It to 

attempt to InfUct star^'at^bn conditions 

--wf'^^*ftfr-xst«i*«y««»-^'h<ti"''t^''m 

of the water supply is consequent upon 
, thg^^v?jlful neglect of the ' different' 
' covmclls to obtain the abundantT^suppIy 
fthait they are entitled to detnantf- from 
j th4 Esqulmalt Watei^ c6mpnny. Mj. 
Tuck believes that during the several 
! .vear',1 that valuable time has been wast- 
ed tlTe-'rppirfatlon«of Victoria has suf- 
i fored. 'all over the country ''on ac.count 
of the <1t-oiight occasioned by the pro-. 
' ci-astinHtlon of nU1_crmein»-ftd.-he .de£;lat;cs' 
that he. for one. ob.jeft.s to bnvo any 
niNmnnagement visited upon him. 
' Mr Tuck's commiinlr;itbin W-iis llled 
v^ ii.ioii I coiunaeat. 



^ Stewart Williams 

_&37-ifoi;t-Stj:eet^ 



Victoria, BiC. , . ,,, ^ 

y . ?-'^^'" ; "Trr ,r tHS'' provision 



DAVIES & SONS 

AUCTlONEimS 
565 AND 828' YATES STREET 

To Rent 

... House and cottage, central, for sale, 
piano*!, sealers from 3^c dozen, beds, 
iMireaus, chalrR, !>Hndfl from 20c and 
lots of other goods. Davles A. Sons, 
Auctioneers, 665 and 828 Yates street. 




CAWCEI.I.ATION OF RESERV£. 






....JMIXCE.Jji_Jlier.ehy.„gixeu..-±hal.w.th.e..xc.-4' 

Ber\;e gxisttng upon the lands embraced i 

in special "I'lmber l^lcences Nos. 2!<9ti'i, i 

2S963 an(J 28964, situated In 'Goldstrrami 

District,. .18 .raiTxnilled, and that tli« .stud j 

b«_jqpQn'f(nr location under i 

a of the t,and Act at mid- ! 

i'nlght on October 14, l!)lO. 

j ROBERT A. RKNWICK, 

l.iepiity ('nmmlfsloner of Lands. 
! Liii'.ds Dept, -Victoria, July 14. IfllO- 



FURNITURE 
CAREFULLY 
. STORED . 



Phone 1665. 



S3S Tstee St. 



Livery Stables 

KILXi I^OOD AflTD 8TOTB WOOB 

rem BAZif 

R. DAVERNE* ¥l5 D6U||af St 

Opposite city HaU. 

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r»*»im Auiii«t 2, wilt 






Every Rug in Our 
pet Dept. Reduc^ 



Every Piece of Furniture 
Included in This Sale 






Slightly Soiled Blaiikets 
at $2.25, $2.90 a^d $6.25 

There is alto^elK/r iiMhis lojt 
about loo pairs ;erf fine quality 
Blankets. Thxi^e have been all 
substantialK/reduccd to ensure 
a clearano^ 

White ^Wool Blankets, extra 
fine quality. vSpecial, $2.25 

.yorkshire Wool Blankets larj^e 
size, extra fine. Pair, $^2.90 

Yorkshire Blankets, an excep- 
tionally heavy and /inc qua 
ity. Specially priced for our 
August sale, per pair $6.50 




IfwBffffl^fwiwwTO 



Parlor Suites. Regular Price $33.75. 

Today $27.50 



3 only Suites DiningChairs, in -olid quarter cut oak. highly fini^-hcd 

_ in goldeji, binlLi'-L£^i^ll'Llj?p:J.'A'lll'^l^J!iri^^^ 

and rung^^ arc morticVdT'Tnesc c.i>inj2rrse 5 suTc and iarm chair. 
Regular $33.75. August Sale""Pri"ce ".■.-. $37.50 

3-Piece Parlor Suite, August Sale Price 
" Today $52.00 

I only 3-piece Parlor Suitet. compri.sing settee, arm chair and rocker 
in line Colonial style, strongly, built of hardwood, in birch-rtahdg- 
any finish,__spring seats ami horsehair stuffinjj, upholstered in 
pleasing design of blue and .gold siTk tapestry. August Sale 
I'ric- ■- ; •• ;.S52.00 

Axminster Carpet Squares 

:—-^};g-^vhQ]c stock of A-xrmn^tef-Sf}«afes are going e^ salt?' 4««ng 
August, and to thos^e who are wishing for a beautiful carpe t cannot 
do IJGttcr than fitlfdmse one of them, Adapted-'foT pre"5enr-<lay dec- 
orations, they make a splendid floor covering for dining and drawing 
room. AVe have never given better values. aur^nn 

Size, 9x9. Regular, $21.00. Sale. ***'-|^^ 

Size 9x9. Regul ar, ^36.00. Sale S.V/'In 

Size 9 X 10.6. Regular, $42.50. SaU- Jt5-.4.oU 



Bedroom Furniture, Writing Desks, Madrasjte 



lins. Oriental Draperies, Enamelware, DiimcF 
ware. Brushes, Tinware Ready for Selling, Today 



Glass Cloths at Reduced 
Prices 

Red Border Hemmed Glass 
Cloths, size 26 x 20. Pure 
linen,- each • • .1254^ 

Red Border Hemmed Dish- 
cloths, size 34, X 34. Jleavy 
linen, each ..... . .-,-r-.-r-.^Of^ 

Plain Linen Glass Cloth, by the 

yard, 24 in. wide, per yd 6^^ 

Plain Glass Cloth, fine quality, 
22 in., per yard , ll^f^ 



Ladies' Writing DesK. Ati^. Sale Price 
-"^—^dday $8.95 




Splend id Value in Burea ux 
at $8.50 




Extra SpecialToday -Fine^hina 



^ 



Bureaux, builr lid oak, golden finislir~2 full 

length and 2 siiort drawers, finishe<4— witli brass 

pulls and knobs, Colonial shaped mirror, mouoted 

on ver-y-effective standards. These go on .special 

:tl e for to da\ - August Sale Price ...'...$8.50 

Solid Golden OaK Dressers, 
Priced, Today, at $13.50 

Solid Oak, Golden Finished, Dressers. This line is the very b^^t we can possibly off' le 

compare witli anything previously purchasi ' tliia. :Store. This dresser 

cuiuLmics quality with finish, l)uilt of solid oak, is compleu: .w iiii bevelled plktc mirror. 2 

full length drawers, 2 small and -2- trinket drawers. August Sale Price .$13.50 




From Ic to 50c a Piece 



China Fruit Saucers, each . . 

China Plates, blue edge, each 

Berry Dishes, small, printed Patterns, each .. 
Pickle Dishes, decorate ! i!.! ujlt, each ..... 
Soup Plates, lo in., decorated and gilt, each . , 
Cucumber Dishes, fine china, each. 50c and 



.21.0 
. .5c 
.. 5C 



25o 



You Can Cert ainly MaKe a Su bstantial 
Saving in Our Car pet D epartm ent 




Bureaux at $9.90 

17 o^ly Bureaux, built of solid oak, finished 
go'lden, filled 3 drawers, full length, with 
brass pulls, oval bevelled plate mirror, 
mounted on heavy standards. This has a 
pleafiing Colonial style, and at the pric? 

. is a marvelous bargain. See Broad street 
windows. August Sale Price ...$9.90 

WasHstand to match at $5.75 

Bureaux in golden finish,, made of solid oak, 

with larg,e oyal, bevelled plate mirror, fit- 

ll_.ted.AYith,a J;qj> drawers and 2 full length 

drakwers, bra.^s knobs and pulls, .\ugust 

■"'■' ■ -Salt- Price ;;,'/*W..w^'. . . ."• . .' . • • $14.75" 

White En amell ed Beds 
at $7.90 



Japanese Mats at Aug. 
Sale Prices 

Japanese Mats in a big range 
rf r-lirs and de5!igns, 3 ft. 
Just the mats for 
hair.room or . bedroom 
wear, clrnn and are warm 
! s'hett in use. 

.\u.^ust 5ak Price. . . .25^- 

Jute Door Mats, fiinged at 

1"..t!i (Mi'l^. larL'c variety of 

\^:._ ;' : Sale 2*5^ 




; 



White Enamelled Iron Beds, full size, beau- 

-.tifully fini■^lK•d witii best enamel and brass 

/ 'fittings,, in the latest styles. Th' 1- 

stfe^ds are without doubt the biggest val- 
ues' we 4wve ever offered. A large stock 
of lower priced ones to seledt from. See 
our display in.,Goverr'' "' -Tr. t windnw. 



Prirp* ^T2.75 and 



.?7.90 



Chiffoniers at $5.90 

Chiffonieres, made of solid oak, Inch grade 
>■ ; 1 h. fitted, 5 full length (ira/ : brass 
drawer pulls. There are only a Innited hum-- 
bcr of these pieces of bedroom furniture, 
and this price should clear them out—first 
dav -r ^:ilc. AuiMiM sail- Price ?5.90 

C hiffoniers 
at $16.75 

CHIFFONIERES, 

« Jii solid golden oak 
higk-^ade finish, 
CdlorrialnstytcwTth jf""" 
bevelled pla,te mir- 
ror, oval isihape, fit- 
ted 2 small top 
drawers, 4 ftill 
length d^a\^^e^s, all 
with locks, brass 
ktiobs and piills. 
August Sak Price, 




Ladies' Writing Desk, in golden finish, surfaced oakr-fitted with 
liigeon holes to hold nolepaper, etc., full size writing board, has 
\ drawers full length, brass drawer pulls, tun shelf for books with 
fancy shaped mirror in back. August Sale :p». Jo 

Writing DesksTtintshed in surfjiCSl""qaaTter cut golden oak, vyell 
equipped wrth f7C-6ptacles*for stationery, etc.,' large size writing 
board, full length drawer and cupboard beneath, complete with 
top book shelf and centre mirron Augiisl Sale^Pme . . . .J^8.95 

Od d Lines o f Enamelware to Clear at 

Special Prices 

Values up to $1.50. Sale, i^l.OO. 

Campers' Straight Kettles. Steamers, I'oiato Pols with strainer and 
lip,. Tea .Kettles, Dish Pans, 17 quarts, Convex Stock Pots, Tea 
Pots, Coffee Pots, Rice Boilers, Cereal Qookers. 

rvalues up to $1.00. Sale, 75f^. ,^, ^ 

Fancy CuspadoTs", Conve?;- Soup Kcules, Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, 
Water Pitchers. Cereal Cookers, Sauce Pans with covers. Camp- 
ers' Kettles, Potato Pots with strainers and lip. 

Values up to 75c. Sale, 50^. |. , - 

Campers' Straight Kettles, Cuspadors. Rice Boilers, Milk Cans, Po- , 
tato Pots, with lip and strainer, Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, -Saucepans 
with cover. - I 

57-Piece Dinner Sets for S^8.75. 

This selection is a nicely decorated semi-porcelain, 'j'hey are strong 
and serviceable in open stock patterns. This means a great deal 

..^jto'-you — should any piece get broken it can be very easily replace<l. 
Special at our August. Sale ^8.75 

Values up to 50c. Sale, 35<^. 

Campers'. Straight Kettles. Pudding Pans, Tea Pots, Coffee Pots. 

Values up to 25c. Sale, 15<?. 

Campers' Kettles, Cuspadors, Milk Pans, Low .Tea Steepers, Large 
Mugs, Saucepans, Pudding Pans. 

Value up to 20c. Sale, 10^^. 

Saucei'ans, .M ngs. Cups, Soup Dishes, Milk Pans, Spoons. 
Globe Tea Pots, 3 cup size. Sale ....... . .>. . . . . . .-.\' . . , . 



Spring Mattresses 

Single, three-quarter and full size. These 
arc remarkable value,' $4.25, $4.00,' %2.j^ 
:sv\ '..151.75 



.^16.75 

Mattresses at August ^ale 
Prices 

Best quality, pnro 
felt Mattrc 
cre.d iii the v ei y 
fine qiiality tick. 
This mattress licv- 
'■X j;oes hard or get.s lumpy, sanitary in 
rvcry respect and will wear for years, and 
gives every comfort when in use equal to 

" tiTCTnoste.xpcfl-siA^-fn*ttress nn the market. 

Single size" ^9,00 

Three-quarter siz( 5B10.00 

, Full si/e $11.00 



. lOf^ 

Fibre Stair Brushes, Whisk Stair Brushes, Clothes Brushes, medium 

size. X'alues up to 40c. Sale .;....,.......'..... .25^ 

Tin Wash Boilers, slightly dan/agetl, can easily be mend^. \: 

up. to ?2. 00. Sale......'. 



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>.'*««•,. 



line-; 

50^ 




Tapestry Carpet Squares . 

We afe~placing on sale a very large variety of these Squares, de- 
signs suitable for I.mnI room or small drawing room. Bi^range of de- 
signs arid colorings to .select from, in the fullcwing s'izes: 

9 X 9; Regular, ^7.90^^ Au£+.ust Sale . . , . ..'.■. J?6.3.5 

ox 10.6. '"Regular, St2 ^ \ . :. i Sa'.- 5^7.90 

-/•<!_•. Kr-iila;. 3. x\ugust Sale ;,....■.....',,.... .?14.50 
. 10.6x12. Regular, ii>n. 50.. August Sale. ..'..■..". ... ..$9.00 



2 00 Manufacture rs' Sample Vases That 
WouldSelHn the Ordina ry W ay from 
$2.50 to $5 Each, Go, Today , at $1.90 

F..xtraordinar,y values indeed in fine Vases are being offered tb- 
today at "ektra special August Sale Prices. These arc in a 
number of very artistii; decorations, and if sold in the. usual 
vvav would sell for .$2.50 np to $5.00. Todav yrm may have 
Acnir clioice for ; . . ; $1.90 



Wilton Carpet Square, Reg. $30.00 for $28.75 

A moT^gr.m our Willi : [ict. Squares will be found sizes\, quality, color and 

design to sitit, almusL:any room in the house. The soft deep pile of these 
carpets gives a richness that cannot be found in. any other make of carpet: 
The range is large, and no matter what shade you may require, you \k\W 
find one amongst M.i- Kit that ■,• ;'! iiit,'and every square is marked at a 
good, substantial reduction. They arc in seven different sizes,' nnd are 
nc. Size,'. Regular, $35.00. August Sale. ..$28.75 



Regular, pach. $2.50. August Sale 

R.egular. crirh, ?:? nr. Ai|.;.,wt Snie .... 

Mohair Hearth Rugs 



?^1.00 

.^2..%o 



Axminster Hearth Ru^s 



Regular, each, -$3.50. August Sale . 
Regular, each, $5.75. Avigust Salt- . 



i?2.00 



SizeI£a^.5Dr_I]IcgiiIix^^ 
Size 18 K 36. Regular', $2.50 



^£SaTc ::;::,::.:^_:;; ooc 



Size ;?4 X 4'^- 
Si:ze 30 X 63. 
Size' 3') X /u.'. 



\ugust Sale . . . ; . J|?l .r>0 
Regular^-$4.eOr -August Salr . . . . ..«;2.IH) 

Regular, $6>75;' • Augu^' ■ • ?L^-***^ 

Regular, $o.<«'. .^H■J,nM ..>.^ :i?5.00 






Japanese Jute Mats 

30 Only, Japanese Mats, in a va Viety of ^ DrjeiTtail c olor- 
ings. Size 18x36. Regular, eacl\,33c: August-SaTF," 
carl. .-•. ' ' .....25^ 



Oil Cloths and Linoleums Low Price d: . 

biin^loths7"In iicwlirid^^^^^ well 

-( asoned, good and adapted fpr very hard wea/. Per 
squafeTyafd, iStTand:^. . . . - . - : rT; ...;.: 15^ 

Printed Linoleums, in thirty diffcreUvt designs!. Splendid 
value. ^ i^r,-square yard V. ': . . .45^ 

Inlaid Linoleum, large range of designs anrl colnrings. 

_ ..4.,^-4.1.4a+H^.U4i 4hc--fjaiU:rus.-Jtvca.i::a. rig the 

hack of the cloth. J'cr square yard, Si.20. 90c and 75^ 




Drapery Materials at 15c an d 25c per Yiirdi 



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1 






1 


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3ery Materials^ consTsTrng of Colonial Art Scrim and Madras Muslim, in- h^eautiiul Oriental and con\^nti6ni3it"'' 
signs, go tm^a-le-tomQrrQw at August Sale Prices. These are exceptional Value, and afe th^ best values that 

Per yard, 1 5c, and 25^ 

August Sale Prices on Tapestry TaUe Covers 

We mean to clear out all Tapestry Table Covers dur« 
ir^g our 3^»g"st Sale. In order to do this we have mark- 
ed them down tr'femendously. These are in red and green 

:Sirf_ designs^ _J ;_ 

Size 8x12. Regular values, $13.75. For 
Size 8x10. Regular values, $12.50. For 
Size 8x10. Regular values, $10,75. For 



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1. we have e\-er offered in these materials 

August Sale of Cretonnes. Reg. Val. 35c up to 
$2^0 for 25c, 45c and 90c 

•This ■;is"yDttr opportunity 1'- purchase line qn?ility Cre- 
tonnes at greatly rcduted prices. These include' many 
nrtistic designs and e< .lori-ngs. Matvy Oriental effect.^. 
;n-e also shown in shades of green, orange, mixed 
shades of green and yellow, etc., in 'floral effects, also 
leaded light cffccL 'X'alues from 3SC-lQ..^-5Q. ..For 
25c, 45c and • •'•7' *"•'•• ®^^ 



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